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Fuel Friend Canister, 1 ltr Red
These great little cans made by Hünersdorff in Germany are exactly what you need for a small, yet solid and safe fuel reserve. Specifically made for storage and transport of hazardous substances, perfect for motorcycle trips, all small engines and many other purposes.
• The smallest can suitable for fuel nozzles on the market
• Emergency reserve for motorcycles, scooters, quads and other small engines
• Small, extremely robust, meets the highest safety requirements
• With eyelets fitted to the sides for securing with a tension strap or similar.
• Suitable for all fuels and petrol products.
Please note: Not C.A.R.B. approved and cannot be shipped to California
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5/5 Stars out of 2 Reviews
Andrew M. | October 14th, 2021
My small 3.5 hp outboard boat motor has a 1.0 L internal fuel tank so I wanted to find a 1.0 L plastic fuel bottle, no bigger, so that when the motor ran dry, I could dump the entire bottle into the tank without worrying about over spill, and without having to monitor the level while filling. Not interested in metal cans made for camping fuel. I wanted plastic. Why not buy a 2.0 L bottle and just fill it with 1.0 L? My tiny boat is tight on space, and also half-filling a larger bottle would allow condensation to form within the bottle. I couldn't find any solutions in the U.S. and after extensive searching, this is the only product I could find that fits my needs. Yes it is expensive but it if you buy cheap, you get cheap, and it's also the only 1.0 L plastic bottle I could find. The fact that it doesn't meet California's "C.A.R.B." requirements doesn't bother me. I'm perfectly capable of safely refueling without the California government holding my hand. Thank you Wunderlich for offering this product and for your prompt shipment.
Kevin | January 1st, 2019
I've kept an empty emergency gas container in my car since I was a kid. Had to use them a few times, too. Last month I bought a virtually trunkless car and panicked a little. No one (but Wunderlich, in the end) caters to this need for small emergency canisters. It's small, but it fits in my pathetic "trunk" (under floor space, actually, right next to the non-existent spare tire) and will keep me content if ever worrying again about the low-gas light being on a little too long.