Fuel Caddy/14-gallon/new/portable/boat/car/gasoline/diesel on 2040-parts.com
Clearwater, Florida, US
Item must be returned within:14 Days
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Personal watercraft, yard power equipment, ATVs and vehicles are wonderful fun, but they need periodic refueling to keep doing what they do. Quickly and safely transfer gasoline, diesel or kerosene fuels with this 14-gallon fuel caddy with patented Flo n' Go hand pump. Prevents accidental spills and overfilling. Transfers fluids vertically or horizontally on level surfaces with minimal priming. High-density red polyethylene tank has top handle, dual brass shutoff and 6in. wheels for easy transport. Dual shutoff valves for spillproof disconnection of hand pump.
- Meets DOT and UN transportation requirement
- Vented fill cap.
- 10-ft. hose with bolt-on hanger for storage
- Recessed grooves for easy strapping locations.
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