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Old 01-11-2013, 02:45 PM   #11
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They also make 270 gal totes for herbicides , we have a ton of them at work that we repack with herbicides , you can buy used one for about $25-50 and new ones for about $170 . they store fuel just fine I know this for a fact
yah i forgot to mention those totes,i just sent back 6 or 8 emptys.by the end of summer i have totes piled up all over the airport we just cut them up and recycle them the 250's all get sent back to the chemical suppliers but they will sale the used ones cheap.
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Time to trad ,ill give you 4 chickens an 2 rabbits for a tote
Hmmm , thats very tempting
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Hmmm , thats very tempting
Yup things keep goin like they are an the barter system will be alive an well, but I think it should be that way anyway.
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If you treat it with a good additive like Pri-G and store in a cool place, it is said that a couple of years are possible. I don't plan on anything like that. I will rotate it out.
The fuel that is made today won't last very long even with additives. I wouldn't store it longer than around 6 month's. The Ethanol gas breaks down pretty fast,I had some in a 2 gallon can for about 8 month's,and it wouldn't even light on fire.
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The fuel that is made today won't last very long even with additives. I wouldn't store it longer than around 6 month's. The Ethanol gas breaks down pretty fast,I had some in a 2 gallon can for about 8 month's,and it wouldn't even light on fire.
Hmmm I had some I know was in the can for 2 yrs mixed up 2 stroke and it went boom when I hit it with a match made the neighbors come take a look
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