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Briggs & Stratton

Model # W508

Internet # 203165850

Store SKU # 125892

6 Gal. Gas Can

$19.98 /each

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Product Overview

The Smart-Fill Fuel Filling System is a safe and easy to use portable plastic fuel container. It is designed for easy and safe operation. It meets all applicable requirements for both child resistance and senior adult friendly as enforced by the Consumer Product Safety Council.

  • Certified TSG and meets all carb and EPA regulations
  • Smart-fill fueling system is safe and easy to use
  • Flow rate of 2 1/2 Gal. per minute
  • Longer-dual anchor spout provides easy tank access

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.) 
15.5 
Product Height (in.) 
15.5 
Product Width (in.) 
8.75 

Details

Capacity 
1.22 
Material 
Plastic 
Returnable 
90-Day 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
1 Year Limited Warranty Against Defects on Material and Workmanship 

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can i add a pint bottle of 2 cycle oil to make this hold a perfect 50to1 ratio mix?

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read the directions on the bottle.That is what I always do. If you look closely at the bottle of 2 cycle oil it will even have a chart that you can go by. Which is pretty cool for people to use who can't seem to read directions
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Please read and study the instructions on the side of the oil container, they should tell you what the ratio mix should be mixed at. If you make it a little richer with oil it should be OK, the worst that will happen is you will foul the plugs and need to change them out more often. If you make it leaner with the oil you will cause premature engine wear and damage to the cylinder walls and piston in Read More
Please read and study the instructions on the side of the oil container, they should tell you what the ratio mix should be mixed at. If you make it a little richer with oil it should be OK, the worst that will happen is you will foul the plugs and need to change them out more often. If you make it leaner with the oil you will cause premature engine wear and damage to the cylinder walls and piston in which you would buy a new motor or piece of equipment. A very costly mistake to make!!! Remember it is much cheaper to buy spark plugs than a new motor! Better to keep extra couple of fresh new spark plugs on hand. Read Less
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June 22, 2015
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Yes, you can add a 2 cycle oil to the gas in the gas can to make a 50:1 ratio mix.
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June 22, 2015
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Please read the directions on the bottle of oil for determine how much oil vs. fuel is needed.
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why can't I fill a 6 gal gas can at Costco fuel station

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In Washington state, there is a law limiting portable containers to 5 gallons maximum. It would seem that Costco is the only one that I have seen to enforce this law.
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Fire Department allows maximum 6 gallon gas tanks can be filled.
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August 28, 2015
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Store policy ? Ins. co. policies and/or rules ? Saves money!!!! Go burn on someone else's property is usually the typical thinking - saves money!!!! How cheap can we run ? SAVE MONEY!!!! Keep all costs down to almost zero -> Lower costs = Lower prices = More customers = MORE MONEY
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NO IDEA SEEMS YOU GOT THE SHAFT.... I FILL UP THE THE TIME WITH TANK'S FOR QUADS JET SKIS ETC ETC
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Can this gas can be kept indoors?

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NO !!! NEVER STORE ANY HIGHLY COMBUSTABLE FUEL OUT IN THE OPEN INSIDE ANY LIVING SPACE IN YOUR HOME OR IN A ATTACHED GARAGE !! Must be kept and stored in an approved suitable flammable liquid storage locker. If you don't believe me, go to your fire dept./fire chief/fire marshal and ask them or ask Home Depot paint dept./tool pro. They do sell such storage lockers- they're usually bright yellow- 5-6ft Read More
NO !!! NEVER STORE ANY HIGHLY COMBUSTABLE FUEL OUT IN THE OPEN INSIDE ANY LIVING SPACE IN YOUR HOME OR IN A ATTACHED GARAGE !! Must be kept and stored in an approved suitable flammable liquid storage locker. If you don't believe me, go to your fire dept./fire chief/fire marshal and ask them or ask Home Depot paint dept./tool pro. They do sell such storage lockers- they're usually bright yellow- 5-6ft tall, 4-5ft wide x 2-3ft in depth with all the cautionary warning and danger signs all over it. Only thing left is to buy is a 5-15lb dry chem. fire extinguisher setup. Read Less
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yes in a garage area!
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I would never store gasoline inside a home. In a garage or shed is fine. If plastic containers such as this are stored where rodents can access them, be sure to check that they are never nibbled on. A friend found a plastic gas can leaking where mice or rats had chewed a small hole.
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YES IT CAN I DO NOT RECOMMEND THE HOUSE ITSELF A GARAGE IS BEST FOR ANY FUEL ....DO NOT LOSE THE CAP.....
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How can I get a simple gas cap for this can (without spout)?

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I need a simple gas cap for this gas can. Do you have a source?
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NO I LOST MINE IAM GOING TO BRIGGS AND STRATTON THE MAKERS...
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July 15, 2013
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Although the Briggs & Stratton name is on the cans, The Plastics Group actually manufacturers these cans and uses our name for branding purposes.
Please try and contact The Plastics Group to resolve your parts concerns: 1-888-449-3326
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 55 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by do not buy I purchased 2 of these cans recently. They are awkward to use, and the nozzle assembly comes apart easily. I would not give them to my enemies June 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 6 gal gas can A little high but a very good, hard to find can. Quick shipping to store. I am happy with the deal. May 19, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Collar does not seal tightly. Mold seams misaligned. I had to grind away some of the lower flare of the black nozzle collar so that it could screw further down and make a complete seal. There is a jagged seam at the handle where the two sides were misaligned during fabrication. Product was okay after these two grinding operations. March 22, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Reinventing the wheel... It's a container that holds fuel, without leaking, and allows you to put the fuel into a fuel tank. Why they thought they had to reinvent the pour spout I don't know and they failed miserably at it as well. Operating this pouring mechanism is frought with failure modes. Once you finally get things put together to pour from the spout, you must rest a hook on the spout against an edge on the tank you are filling to actuate the release allowing fuel flow. This then it is supposed to pop back and stop fuel flow, when you lift the spout off the edge. Too many steps you say? ...too complicated you say? ....surely it won't work as described, you say? Well...yes, Yes and YES!!! It's hard to hold 6 gallons of fuel, in an awkward to hold container and gently push into the release mechanism to start the flow. Now make that edge of the fuel tank a filter funnel which I is very light weight and easily moved. If you slip during the initial hook up, the fuel flow locking ring snaps back and shuts off flow and requires.....you get the idea. It's a good deal at $20 for a 6 gal fuel jug. Just use the fancy pour spout as a cap and move on. March 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent product Best gas can I have ever used. It is the perfect size holding 6 gallons. The spout makes the can perfect you can put exactly the amount of fuel in you want. Like say you want to fill up and not spill and with this can you can do that with out a funnel. It's the best can ever and is worth it. The spout is only plastic you have to be careful when pouring but I never have a problem with it. May 20, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Emergency Gas Stores for Hurricanes and such I recently purchased a generator for my home. And with our recent Hurricane activity here in the Northeast, I wanted to be prepared in case we were to lose power again. Last month Hurricane Joaquin was heading for our area. So I quickly ordered these gas cans. They seem sturdy and the price was MUCH better here on HD rather than Amazon. Also....HD had them at my house WAY earlier than they predicted at the time of the order. So...all in all I'm very pleased with this order. AND the hurricane turned out to sea, so all's well that ends well. October 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great gas tank for filling generators I have a generator with a 7 gal gas tank and these 6 gal gas cans are perfect for filling it. I wait for the tank to be almost empty, and just dump the whole can in. No worries about overfilling or needing more gas to get the fill done. January 22, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works, but remove interior parts The spout on this item broke before the first usage. Just twisting the parts to see how it worked broke the assembly. However, all is not lost. Use a screwdriver to hold the interior valve open, then use a very small blade screwdriver to pry apart the two arms which pull on the interior valve, and separate the arms from the valve. Then the interior spring can be removed, and the valve can also be removed as it just twists off the pivot pins. Re-assemble the unit without removed parts. Also be sure that the C-channel is installed over the flange. Most units are incorrectly installed. See amazon.com reviews for B005IQ2SQA, B001QCWQUS. Con: the remaining two pieces are a friction fit, but some super glue will solve that issue. Pro: unknown as I have yet to use the gas can. September 10, 2015
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