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Old 02-03-2009, 05:09 PM   #7
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Originally Posted by TomN
They look nice, as long as they don't leal when flat.
Jason claims completely leak-proof, even flat. And from what I've read about the original Kolpin cans, it seems to be good info.

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Originally Posted by rotopax web site
• Leak-Proof: extra threads, thicker walls, and a sure-seal gasket guarantee your spout wont leak or vibrate loose
He just sent me this info as well...

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..the guys can watch the video under multi-media on our site we run the fuel pack over while full of fuel with a 3/4 ton truck while laying flat and have not one drop of fuel leak out. I will replace any pack that ever has an issue with leaking. It has only a couple times due to the molding process but never the spout or vent cap.
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