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    I use the Aqutainer for camping trips
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nacho View Post
    I can only speak of ^^^ from personal experience, but what ever you do
    DO NOT BUY THIS AS A WATER STORAGE DEVICE

    It sucks the big one!
    Its hard to pour without spilling, they leak, its heavy and can be awkward
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    I absolutely suggest the Rotopax system. You can stack containers, and they are also much lighter then 5 gallons containers. I believe mine are 2 1/2 gallons each... And yes easy to fill and easy to pour.

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    My Sceptors have never leaked. ( either the water or diesel cans ) I also have the pour spouts and have not had a spill issue when using them.
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    For the past two years a pair of these six-gallon Kirk Containers Samson Stackers located in what used to be the footwells of the rear passenger seating have provided excellent water storage and dispensing.

    Teflon tape keeps them watertight. Their location allows quick access. We cycle through both tanks every thirty days in keeping everybody hydrated, and when camping, 12 gallons last four days with two adults and two large dogs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RamRod View Post
    I can only speak of ^^^ from personal experience, but what ever you do
    DO NOT BUY THIS AS A WATER STORAGE DEVICE

    It sucks the big one!
    Its hard to pour without spilling, they leak, its heavy and can be awkward

    I disagree I have being using this for a few years now and it works great. To poor u tilt can on the side, open larger valve a little and then smaller to get air in. Works like a charm to wash hands or dishes. But being 5 gal the are heavy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cgalpha08 View Post
    Im looking to have something fabbed up to fit under the truck, like in the rear bumper or something like that.
    There's a perfect compartment for water storage I found while fixing some rust, inside part of the fender tube on the rear passenger doors. It's three 10mm bolts, and at least one clip that needs to be popped to get enough clearance to drop some small packs.





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