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Old 04-19-2017, 04:50 PM   #1
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Costco Scepter gas cans

I was at Costco today and they have some Scepter 5 gallon gas cans for $13.99. I realize that these are not mil spec cans but I was wondering if anyone has any experience with them. They look similar to the jerry cans but maybe slightly narrower.
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Scepter Jerry Gas Can — 5.3-Gallon, Model#*05086
13.3in.L x 7.3in.W x 18.3in.H

description - specifications - dimensions - reviews

Scepter Jerry Gas Can — 5.3-Gallon, Model# 05086 | Gas Cans| Northern Tool + Equipment
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