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    Member ronmexico's Avatar
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    How can I seal a leaking jerry-can?

    I have a red plastic jerry-can shaped perfectly to fit on the back of my sled. I canít find the same one to purchase. It has a slight leak in one corner. Any recommendations on how one can seal it?
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    Re: How can I seal a leaking jerry-can?

    Permatex and JB Weld both make a fuel tank repair kit. Around 10-15 bucks I think.
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    Re: How can I seal a leaking jerry-can?

    There is a product called "Seal All" it is specifically for that purpose.
    I have used it in the past, work's awesome and its permanent.

    http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/se...-0670808p.html

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    Re: How can I seal a leaking jerry-can?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lund View Post
    There is a product called "Seal All" it is specifically for that purpose.
    I have used it in the past, work's awesome and its permanent.

    http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/se...-0670808p.html
    Yep I’ve had great results using this��

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    Re: How can I seal a leaking jerry-can?

    Fill it up with water, take a lighter to the leaking area to melt it shut.

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    Re: How can I seal a leaking jerry-can?

    There not that cheap how about buying a new one?

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    Re: How can I seal a leaking jerry-can?

    Step 1 : put some silicone on the hole .

    Step 2 : Fill the Jerry can with a mixture of half piss and half gas add a pinch of kerosene for good measure

    Step 3: put Jerry can conspicuously on your driveway or back of truck so some ****wit steals it

    Step 4 : laugh to yourself as some thief if having grief with his newfound "gasoline "

    Step 5: realize your a tightwad and go buy a new jerry can


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    Re: How can I seal a leaking jerry-can?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnytrail View Post
    Step 1 : put some silicone on the hole .

    Step 2 : Fill the Jerry can with a mixture of half piss and half gas add a pinch of kerosene for good measure

    Step 3: put Jerry can conspicuously on your driveway or back of truck so some ****wit steals it

    Step 4 : laugh to yourself as some thief if having grief with his newfound "gasoline "

    Step 5: realize your a tightwad and go buy a new jerry can

    If you take the time to read his
    original post he states that he CAN'T find one to buy, not that he is too cheap.
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    Re: How can I seal a leaking jerry-can?

    Maybe post a picture of your non findable gas can others may be able to find one.

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