You can carry your motorcycle’s gas in a variety of ways. Some manufacturers design motorcycle fuel cans specifically for your bike and have even patented the design. You can buy a gas can in any shape and size, and find mounting solutions to fit your bike’s frame and tank. But it can be dangerous to store the fuel in a jerry can if you don’t have the proper equipment and instructions. Here are some tips for storing motorcycle gas:
First, you need to choose a fuel container. A gas can be either plastic or metal. You can choose one that matches your bike’s style. However, you shouldn’t use an aluminum water bottle, since the seal will eventually wear away and spill fuel. Alternatively, you can get a stainless steel fuel container. This type of fuel container is more durable and can withstand extreme temperatures. For added safety, you can also purchase a motorcycle gas can holster.
A good motorcycle gas can should have vents to prevent spilling. Those without vents can “burp” out the fuel. There are several types of motorcycle gas cans that feature adjustable clamps to secure the container. The vents prevent the leakage of the fuel, and the metal container’s seal will not deteriorate. If you have an aluminum water bottle, consider investing in a metal one. It will last longer than the plastic one.
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