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Since my good saw gas can started to leak I am in the market for a new one. I was looking at the one below, but not sure if the nozzle is a pain to operate. I would like some input, what do you guys use? Any recommendations?

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I've moved all of my gas cans over to Justrite metal cans. The type II cans are easy to use, safe, and durable, and the Type I cans are great for storage.

I know people love the no-spill cans, and they work fine, but I am done storing and transporting fuel in plastic.
 

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I like my no spill for saws and small ope. I use a Hawaiian punch jug if I have to carry gas very far with me. Where did you find the husky dual jug that is in the picture?
 

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Couple older ones I use and a new spout in a Wedco made it useable again. Last pic is oil container. No spills with it as you can see around it as you fill.

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