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GAS TRANSFER PUMP (Item #26608)

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5.0
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It’s called a gas transfer pump, but there are a lot of tasks for this clever device. Yes, use this battery-powered pump to transfer gas from your fuel tank. But you can also use it to pump out other liquids – like water from an aquarium or clogged sink. It can also come in handy if you’re making your own beer or wine. Pumps up to 6 quarts a minutes and requires two D batteries.

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Product Rating: 5.00 (4 Ratings)
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elk hunters
Brush, Colorado

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super product

This pump worked really well transferring water from the 6 gallon water containers during our recent elk hunting trip. We did not want to dewinterize the RV and this pump eliminated lifting the heavy containers. Now all of the other hunters in camp want one for their RVs. Would definitely buy again.

S. Hillman
Alliance , OHIO

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It Works, !

We get Gas perks, so when we buy gas we fill up the cans too. A 5 gal. can empty in less than a minute. In this really cold NE. Ohio weather it sure beats pouring it out through a funnel. My husband had doubts, considering the cheap price, but first time he used it. He said order another one.

thomas hicks
smyrna ny

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gas transfer pump

very handy tool for filling tractors and cars and truck

Charles Robles
Rahway, New Jersey

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The easy way to fill Lawnmower

The gas transfer pump is the best thing I could have purchased because I no longer needed to pour gasoline into my mower, and no messy spillage. It should come in handy for filling my snow blower if we have another large snow storm this Winter.

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