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Old 06-03-2006, 09:15 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Noin
Okay, so now where do I get a proper fuel can/bottle?
I use the jug the fuel came in.

It's a rainy Saturday morning, so I have a bit of time. Here's my fueling set up for glow engines.

I use the Du-Bro Fuel Can Cap Fittings in the red plug that is underneath the twist off cap on almost any plastic fuel jug that you can buy. I just move that plug to each new jug as needed. When not at the field, I put the twist off cap back on to seal the jug.

First pic shows the fuel system in its storage state.

Second pic shows the fuel system ready for action at the field.

Third pic shows my 10 year old fuel pump still going strong.

By the way, at last weekends Leamington Jets event, the fuel I used was in the jug you see in the pics, and had been stored in my workshop all winter, after having been opened at last fall's Maine Jet Rally. No problems with the fuel at all.

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Old 06-03-2006, 03:36 PM   #12
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I d do what Jim Brown does , simple and no fuss , it seems like this , is the best thing to do , follow the members with the time in the hobby .

By the way who the heck ordered this rain , does anyone want to take responabity :

Take care and lets hope for tomorrow and lets have a :coffee:

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