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    Posted: 09 September 2015 at 17:01


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RRP on these is £45 for the 20ltr version and £35 for the 10 Ltr

We are offering them at a TDR price of £47 and £37 inc delivery

20 ltr only available in orange at present
10ltr available in White, Orange or Blue
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I know this may sound like a really stupid question but will it work with standard fuel tank caps?

Also what size diameter is the nozzle to make sure will fit?

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Are these ok for transporting the fuel in? I have a metal jerry can I use and wouldnt want to decant from one to other, I'd want to replace the metal one with one of these?
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Good to hear someone's invented a non skid bottom
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Hi Sorry only just seen your post.

They will fit with a standard filler cap, however they are designed for tanks that do not have the baffle plate in the filler neck. These are on all modern road bikes.

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Originally posted by Dangle_kt Dangle_kt wrote:

Are these ok for transporting the fuel in? I have a metal jerry can I use and wouldnt want to decant from one to other, I'd want to replace the metal one with one of these?


Yes they can be used for transporting fuel also. There is a sealing ring to stop the spring loaded filler neck from operating, alternatively they can be supplied with a normal cap so the filler neck can be used once at the circuit.

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