CarPlan Fuel Can   £1.35 @ Asda (instore)
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CarPlan Fuel Can £1.35 @ Asda (instore)

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Found 15th Jun 2011Made hot 15th Jun 2011
as title says, asda are selling of their carplan fuel cans for just £1.35, i picked on up just in case i ever need one!! BARGAIN i think

please note, the pic is the right colour and design of the one been sold

forgot to mention its a 5 litre

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Just need to find the £20 to fill the thing now .;)

Original Poster

solonely

Just need to find the £20 to fill the thing now .;)



yeah, to some people they will be useless, but, i know i have found myself in a postion were one of this was greatly needed lol!!

dga

Grey means you can use either diesel or petrol



Oh good, diesel in my petrol tank once I have forgotten which I put in it.

fantastic little can have one for the lawnmower lol... might pick up a couple for the cars! hot hot

dga

Grey means you can use either diesel or petrol IIRC.



Grey is for LPG surely!

Original Poster

It does say on the can its fort petrol, diesel and 2 others that I can't remember

The pouring spout is the weak point on these as they split on the wiggly bits. This is a cheapish way of replacing them.

pd040153

The pouring spout is the weak point on these as they split on the wiggly … The pouring spout is the weak point on these as they split on the wiggly bits. This is a cheapish way of replacing them.



Wow I must have about 10 of these cans and never had one split

dga

Grey means you can use either diesel or petrol IIRC. More useful than the … Grey means you can use either diesel or petrol IIRC. More useful than the green ones in my opinion.



What would be the difference?
Surely you can put what you like in them.

Great price, never seen them this cheap - normally at £2.50 - £10.

Got 2 myself, handy for the lawnmower, if you run out of petrol or changing your diesel filter

Hpi_matrix

Wow I must have about 10 of these cans and never had one split



My 2 are quite a few years old, one of them was in a set with a young boy and a red flag

dga

Grey means you can use either diesel or petrol IIRC. More useful than the … Grey means you can use either diesel or petrol IIRC. More useful than the green ones in my opinion.


Grey (silver) is for multi use, you tick the box on the front to inicate the fuel that is in it. Handy for me, green = unleaded, silver = 2 stroke mix

Also dont think you can store lpg in these things, think they need to be stored under pressure but could be wrong

For LPG ? How?

markweatherill

Grey is for LPG surely!


I'm going to get one for my packed lunch juice. You get a free massive straw with it too.

Nice deal, I paid £3 for mine years ago. Useful to keep in your boot (empty) so you can fill up when in an emergency

fingerman

Great price, never seen them this cheap - normally at £2.50 - £10.Got 2 m … Great price, never seen them this cheap - normally at £2.50 - £10.Got 2 myself, handy for the lawnmower, if you run out of petrol or changing your diesel filter



Diesel filter change eh? New one on me lol
Edited by: "fozey" 15th Jun 2011


Grey is for LPG surely!

PrideandPassion

Also dont think you can store lpg in these things, think they need to be … Also dont think you can store lpg in these things, think they need to be stored under pressure but could be wrong



I think it was meant as a joke.



ha ha.. price of can less than 1 litre of Petrol !!

fozey

Diesel filter change eh? New one on me lol



I mean the fuel filter (_;)

Hpi_matrix

Wow I must have about 10 of these cans and never had one split



IIRC you can only legally store up to 10 litres of fuel at home in these plastic containers. More in metal jerry cans I believe.

useful to keep one in the boot in case you come across a petrol station with a price glitch

Just a heads up guys you know you can fill ANYTHING up with diesel? There is no restrictions. Petrol licenses are for just that, petrol. We have people coming in and filling drinks bottles and all sorts although obviously we dont recommend that ha!

BigAde

IIRC you can only legally store up to 10 litres of fuel at home in these … IIRC you can only legally store up to 10 litres of fuel at home in these plastic containers. More in metal jerry cans I believe.



So im allowed just 2 plastic containers worth? Sorry that sounds like BS

Hpi_matrix

So im allowed just 2 plastic containers worth? Sorry that sounds like BS



I bow to your superior knowledge. You'd better inform the Health and Safety Executive of their mistake.

hse.gov.uk/fir…htm

PrideandPassion

[quote=dga]GreAlso dont think you can store lpg in these things, think … [quote=dga]GreAlso dont think you can store lpg in these things, think they need to be stored under pressure but could be wrong



Well, you'd just make sure to screw the top down nice and tight.
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