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    Surecan gas can

    I finally found a gas can that I like. SureCan 5-Gallon, SUR50G1

    All the other plastic gas cans that I have the nozzle sucks. I tried replacing the nozzles with something better but they still leaked and spilled gas when refilling my x738.
    Then I seen the Surecan at TSC and had good reviews. So I bought 1 and love it. Didn't spill any fuel. Only bad thing is the price at $50. Need to buy 5 more to replace all my other gas cans.
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    Many discussions here on the forum with different fueling methods.

    https://www.amazon.com/SureCan-Rotat.../dp/B014VAGRIS

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    For myself - I would never be able to hold a 40# jug in the air while also trying to hold down the trigger.

    Add to that the fuel tank on my 2520 is up in the hood.....
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    Yeah, I found that Surecan in diesel yellow at the local Fleet Farm for $40. To fill up my 1023E, I put the thing on the tailgate of my truck and pull the tractor up next to it. Perfect height to rotate the fill tube into the tank - no need to juggle the can or risk the nozzle coming out. Only handling I have to do is lift it up onto the tailgate. I can fill the tractor without spilling a drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coaltrain View Post
    Many discussions here on the forum with different fueling methods.

    For myself - I would never be able to hold a 40# jug in the air while also trying to hold down the trigger.

    Add to that the fuel tank on my 2520 is up in the hood.....
    If you attached a small plastic elbow to the end of the SureCan spout, you could sit the can right on the hood of your 2520. The SureCan hose would be horizontal and the little elbow would direct the fuel down in to your tank. You then only need to press the release lever.
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