Portable Gas Caddy w/Pump 28-gal.

Item No: G288
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Service equipment in the field - saving you trips back to the shed or service station

Industrial-grade caddy comes complete with a commercial-duty pump

  • Durable, chemical-resistant polyethylene won't rust or dent
  • Molded-in baffle prevents spills during transport
  • Calibrated in 2-gallon increments
  • UN/D.O.T. approved #UN3H1W
  • USA made

This portable gas caddy will pay for itself in no time. Safely transports fuel directly to the job site, saving you costly trips to fuel up. Constructed of a durable, chemical-resistant polyethylene that won't rust or dent. Calibrated in 2-gallon increments with a 28-gallon capacity. Molded-in baffle prevents spills during transport. UN/D.O.T. approved #UN3H1W. Measures 38"Hx18"Wx13"D; weighs 55 lbs. USA made.

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Todd AutomotivePortable Gas Caddy w/Pump 28-gal.
 
4.0

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good But Needs Work

By Mowngreens

from Rockford, IL

About Me Awesome, Handyman, Professional

Pros

  • Easy on your back
  • Fast
  • Helpful

Cons

  • Poor Design
  • Semi-Dangerous

Best Uses

  • External Installation
  • Filling Multiple Tanks
  • Outdoors

Comments about Portable Gas Caddy w/Pump 28-gal.:

I installed a 15 GPM electric pump on this tank instead of the AWFUL hand crank pump that comes with it. That hand crank is TERRIBLE, and it discharges carbon or graphite dust as well, which contaminates your gas. I would HIGHLY recommend that the first thing you do is to disassemble the bottom inlet on the tank and remove the 13-14" tube that is inside the tank. In the tank i had, that tube was crimped and would not suck gas, which was a huge mess because i required disassembling everything until I found the problem. Anyway I suggest either removing that tube or cutting it in half, it is made way too long. Otherwise its an awesome tank WHEN its equipped with an electric pump! My only other suggestion is GROUND everything!! be safe!

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