Non-leaking Gas Can Fuel Pump?

Discussion in 'Spare Parts, Tools & Product Developement' started by Ray In San Jose, Jul 10, 2007.

  1. I am still using the small stock 0.65 liter fuel tank on my GEBE 35cc. For my 32 mile daily commute, this means I have to add gas every day.

    My problem is that my screw-top-cap plastic gas cans leak a little bit of gas at the spout every time I use them.

    How do others get around this leaking problem?

    I need a solution that is leakproof since I store the gas cans in my garage (but away from my gas water heater and furnace pilot lights!).

    Does anyone have experience with the Han-D-Pump made by Instep? The Internet reviews seem rather mixed (leaking where the pump connects to the gas can)

    Thanks in advance!
     

  2. grakker

    grakker Guest

    plastic gas can

    The gas can I got works great. I picked it up years ago at Home Depot or Target. It has a spring operated nozzle so I put the nozzle in my tank, pull back on the spring loaded part, then let go when I'm done. I've honestly never even had a drip.

    This doesn't answer your question about the hand pump, but....
     
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