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Unfortunately...we would get a hefty fine for using that in California :(
 

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You have got to be kidding. :eek:
California has great weather, some of the best in the USA, and much to see and do, but, other wise IT SUCKS !!!!! Way, way too many bull sh!t government regulations, taxes, crime, cost of gas/living and freaks. Most of my relatives moved out years ago. Ok, rant over, you may proceed:D
 

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I listen to the Adam Carolla podcast and he has his rants about California also but a hefty fine for a old school gas can is beyond reason.
 

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California has great weather, some of the best in the USA, and much to see and do, but, other wise IT SUCKS !!!!! Way, way too many bull sh!t government regulations, taxes, crime, cost of gas/living and freaks. Most of my relatives moved out years ago. Ok, rant over, you may proceed:D
UM.....you forgot earthquakes :eek:
 

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California has great weather, some of the best in the USA, and much to see and do, but, other wise IT SUCKS !!!!! Way, way too many bull sh!t government regulations, taxes, crime, cost of gas/living and freaks. Most of my relatives moved out years ago. Ok, rant over, you may proceed:D
I agree. We lived there 5 years and couldn't wait to get back to NJ!

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All of my gas cans were purchased in 1999 and are old school. Are you saying Ca would make me dispose of them(then fine me for disposing hazardous materials)or do they just require new cans to meet the new regulations?
 

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Been using those for years. They have another version also that is just 1 piece of flex tubing and a smaller diameter cap/tip.

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All of my gas cans were purchased in 1999 and are old school. Are you saying Ca would make me dispose of them(then fine me for disposing hazardous materials)or do they just require new cans to meet the new regulations?
I don't know what they expect you to do with the old ones. However, if you are caught filling a non-CARB compliant can at the gas station, or you are headed to the desert with the wrong cans, it's a hefty fine.
 

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Wow. thats alot of crap to go through. im glad we dont have to deal with all that. i guess we have it made. use any cans we want, most of us just drive our sxs to the gas station which is a block from my house. then drive 1/8-1/4 mile to hit the woods. and we can go for 60 miles or more n never be on the same path twice

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I love TEXAS!! except not letting a side x side be street legal...sure a 2 wheeled matorcycle can. but not a 4 wheeled sxs with roll cage, seatbelts, etc.
 
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gas can regs...

Aren't instructions on how to fill your gas tank required to be in spanish and tagalag as well?

Oh, thank govner' moonbeam and his crew for all the rant/reason

told ya so!
 

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thx Blue Wolf

I have been throwing gas cans around for awhile now until you showed me that attachment and i got one yesterday at tsc. love it!! thx
 

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Picked up one today from TSC, fit on our gas jugs great, I've tried some ones from walmart before, and they didn't fit. FINALLY!!, this is really nice, gotta install the vent. Plan on getting more for our other Gas cans.
 
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