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Thread: Wtb chainsaw fuel container

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    Wtb chainsaw fuel container

    Title says it all after fuel can to hold chain bar and fuel don't want with the husqvarna one just normal one but seem to find one maybe I'm not looking hard enough but anyone got one laying around they wanna sell located Dunedin cheers

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    Try and get one with the air vent, ones without suck

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    I looked a few weeks ago and Repco had some but they were crap compared with the Husky one - was well worth the extra $25 for the Husky which came with two autofill nozzles - not that I can bear to use one for chainbar lube!

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    $42 at your local Bunnings
    https://www.bunnings.co.nz/scepter-f...-oil_p00578776

    Bound to be a cheaper option out there though.

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    The one I have is a bit awkward to pour the oil. Much rather just leave the oil in the original can it comes in and get a gas can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 7mmwsm View Post
    The one I have is a bit awkward to pour the oil. Much rather just leave the oil in the original can it comes in and get a gas can.
    Same. Don't like the combo containers. A 4L oil and 5L petrol works for me

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    I prefer having them separate as well. I've got a 20l spray container cut in half. The 5l fuel,4l oil, files,saw spanner and a couple of other tools all fit in it. Rope handle attached. Carry the lot to the job in one trip if I can't get close with the ute
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    Quote Originally Posted by MSL View Post
    Same. Don't like the combo containers. A 4L oil and 5L petrol works for me
    Ditto. Grabbed a mates combo to refuel once and I thought it was an abomination - a townie device?
    One of my older saws has an awkward oil filling hole. The outcome of using the combo can was overfill and oil all over the island.
    Last edited by zimmer; 14-06-2017 at 10:32 AM.
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    Just to add.... The whole lot fits in a fish bin to keep it all together. I cut a slot in one end of bin that the bar goes through. It alows me to store/carry 2 saws and fuel in the one spot

 

 

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