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Most Recent Questions
Recent Question:
Is the 2 1/2-gallon capacity no-spill can available for diesel fuel?
Recent Question:
Does the 5-gallon "No-Spill Fuel Can" have an additional handle on the back side? (You can't see from the picture.)
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Is the 2 1/2-gallon capacity no-spill can available for diesel fuel?
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Is the spout long enough to fit into an automobile gas tank? It looks good for a mower tank, but I need it for my car, as well.

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No-Spill Diesel Can - 5-Gallon Capacity, Model# 1457

Item# 27127
The 5-gal. No-Spill diesel can features professional-quality push-button pour control that makes it fast and easy to fill your tank without spilling a drop. Simply hold down the button for smooth, uninterrupted fuel flow at an exceptionally fast rate. The flow automatically stops when the target tank is full - no overfilling. EPA and CARB California Air Resource Board approved. U.S.A. EPA/CARB Approval California Air Resource Board Yes, Dimensions L x W x H in. 15 x 10 x 15, Material Polyethylene, Handles qty. 3, Color Yellow, Tank Size gal. 5, Handle Type Built-in, Application Diesel storage, transfer. Push-button pour control Auto shutoff prevents overfilling Extra fast flow rate Made of heavy-duty, extra-thick polyethylene for long life Wide, stable design is tough to tip over 3 handles provide easy pouring Large neck opening makes the can easy to fill
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Questions & Answers for No-Spill Diesel Can - 5-Gallon Capacity, Model# 1457

Question

Will the fill spout on can accomodate the oversized nozzel for diesel at the pump?

 
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asked 1 year, 1 month ago
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The fill opening is large enough for the diesel nozzle at the pump.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
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ProductExpert26
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answer 2
Yes, the fill opening is big enough to use the larger nozzel like you would find at Truck stops.
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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TractorGuyTexas
 - Texas
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description says 3 handles, I only see 1. Where are the rest ?

Also, video shows viewing stripes on front and back, is that only on the 2.5 gal. cans ?
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
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The diesel can has a horizontal carry handle that can be seen in the picture. It also has a very similar vertical handle on the back of the can, and a molded notch on the bottom for more support while pouring.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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ProductExpert38
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answer 2
There is a handle on the back side of the can, makes it easyer to hold and poor, along with the one on the top of the can (the one you can see)
For the third one I think they call the Poor spout itself a handle. to make gas come out you have to use one hand, Two fingers your Middle and Pointer go on eather side of the front of the spout while your thumb pushes the Button on the back side of the spout. So i think they consider that a handle all though I would not carry the can by it.
answered 1 year ago
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CJ24
 - Grand Rapids MI
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answer 3
There is the top handle from the pic, there is one on the back side, and the last handle is the nozzle itself. The nozzle has two prongs on the front which you can hold with a couple fingers while lifting from the back handle. I believe the viewing stripes only come on the 2.5 and 1.25 gallon cans.
answered 1 year ago
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Jef123
 - Charlotte, nc
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Viewing Stripes

Does this product have the two viewing stripes on the front and rear of the can like is shown in the video?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
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Anonymous
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answer 1
Staff Answer
The viewing strips are only on the smaller no-spill cans.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
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ProductExpert26
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answer 2
No the 5 gallon cans do not have viewing stripes, just the smaller two. They do have mesurements on the side and you can see the liquid fill levels through the plastic just like any other gas can so that usaly works well enough for most people.
answered 1 year ago
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CJ24
 - Grand Rapids MI
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answer 3
To my knowledge, none of the 5 gallon cans have the viewing stripes. It should be on the 2.5 and 1.25 no-spill cans.
answered 1 year ago
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Jef123
 - Charlotte, nc
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