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If you just have a lawn mower, a Gas Caddy like the one pictured above might be a little overkill — but if you maintain a bunch of gas-powered equipment, you might appreciate this simple solution for transferring and storing all that fuel.

John Dow constructs the tanks from cross-linked polyethylene to stand up to the rigors of use, and they mold in a handle which doubles as a rest for the caddy when you transport it lying down.  Depending on capacity they outfit the caddy with either 10″ or 15″ pneumatic tires to help you move the fuel to where you need it.

The pictured model features a two-way rotary pump that lets you dispense gas from the caddy or siphon it into the 25-gallon tank.  This Gas Caddy weighs 60 pounds when empty and includes a 10′ hose with reinforced metal tip.

You’ll pay $300 to $700 for a John Dow Gas Caddy depending on which options it comes with and which retailer you purchase it from.

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2 Responses to Fuel Caddy Brings The Fuel Where You Need It

  1. Mr.Miz says:

    Now I just need to be able to afford the gas it can hold 😉

  2. Lenny Nero says:

    Plus, it sucks that just about every marina in my area does NOT allow you to use one of these caddies to fuel your boat… So, you’re stuck with the boat gas station with prices nearly 3x that of normal gas. 🙁

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