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FAQs

How do I install the included vent cap?

1. Make sure the container is EMPTY.
2. Find a flat spot above the fill line at the top rear of the container.
3. Then use a 1/2" bit to drill a clean straight hole.
4. Scrape remaining plastic waste off.
5. Hold Vent cap in place & pop in gently with a rubber mallet.
6. Clean out shavings from inside of container prior to usage.

What type of fuel cans can use this product on?

The spout kits are designed only for use on plastic portable fuel containers manufactured prior to January 1, 2009. However, they will fit most plastic cans made after that as well as ALL cans currently being manufactured!

What are the two different color base caps for?

In most cases you will simply need to use the can's original cap and just replace the spout itself. The black cap has fine threads and generally fit the old Rubbermaid, Briggs and Stratton, Essence and Gott cans, the yellow cap has coarse threads and fits the Blitz, Scepter, and Plastic Eagle.

Are there any cans that the spouts kits do not fit?

The gas spouts kits are a universal fit for over 98% of plastic fuel cans in use today. However, they will not fit metal cans, "jerry gas cans" nor the old Chilton cans (adaptors available) : No-Spill, and Orange Gott cans. However, most people do NOT have these types of gas cans.

Why are there two small caps?

Both caps fit the end of the spout, one can be used for the vent on older Rubbermaid cans, or you can use it for a second spout cap in case you lose the first.

The new base cap does not fit or leaks, what do I do?

Try using the new spout and your original base cap as this will work in most applications. There were many molds over the years and the tolerances varied greatly and this is why we include additional base caps.

How flexible are the spouts?

The spouts are made of HDPE plastic and not rubber, they are flexible, however bending them in the cold, or severe bends may cause cracking. Use care when pouring to avoid spills.