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    Lightbulb Reda Gas Can

    My bud, Caveman, bought one for him and one for me.

    Reda Gas Can
    http://www.redagascan.com/

    It's super cool. Built really durable, compact size, fits perfectly in my HD saddle bag, holds 1 gallon of gas, and won't spill when you pour it.

    The nozzle has a valve in it. Once you flip the can upside down and place the nozzle into your filler neck, you place it into the groves to hold it in place, then push down on the neck. This opens the butterfly valve at the base (green) of the nozzle releasing the petro.

    Very cool and will use it on my road trips. Just in case.
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

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    IDK about hauling around a gas can but you are the gasman and if I ride with you maybe you will hook a brotha up..
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    I've carried gas in less qualified containers.
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    i'm sure you have cupcake
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    Ah, much more eloquent solution than my stainless waterbottle. I'll have to loot into getting one for my road trip this summer..

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    Does it fit into that "hard to get to corner of the saddlebag"?

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    is it guaranteed to not spill at a 52 degree lean angle at 120mph?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nobody View Post
    Ah, much more eloquent solution than my stainless waterbottle. I'll have to loot into getting one for my road trip this summer..
    That's what I was using as well...

    Quote Originally Posted by Chris300s View Post
    Does it fit into that "hard to get to corner of the saddlebag"?
    It does... the hard to reach rear corner. I have it filled and in my bag now... worked great!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Mudpuppy View Post
    is it guaranteed to not spill at a 52 degree lean angle at 120mph?
    Not sure... ask them.
    ^^My $0.02 not yours^^
    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

    "Why pay somebody else to fuck up your bike?"
    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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    Tucked into it's place


    Dispensing position


    While I dispensed it in the garage just to simply empty it till the next road trip. It worked as advertised. Very well!
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    -Chris
    aka Gas Man

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    "Custom don't bolt on!"

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    got a light?
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