not waterSlinger646 said:I have two theroies:
1 - Rinse out with water to remove any particles created during the manuf. practice.
2 - These aren't "dedicated fuel jugs" because of all the EPA BS. So we have to rinse them out before we put our wine in there :wink: :wink:
Kinda like the companies that advertise parts kits "for replacement only".
Too expensive to waste. I have two of these for the track and all you really have to do is rinse with water and blow them out with compressed air. Just make sure they're dried out before you put fuel in them.Slinger646 said:Rinse with Unocal Red Racing Fuel?
and how often do they check the markings on jugs or write tickets for thisThese jugs are not intended to contain fuel or kerosene in the state of California. Putting fuel or kerosene in these jugs in California is not permitted and will violate California law.