NATO Military Jerry Can

NATO Military Jerry Can
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NATO Military Jerry Can

SKU
730401
Stock:In stock
4.80 262
$39.95
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Description

The everlasting Jerry can continues to be the most robust and convenient liquid storage solution available. This airtight can has a secure locking cap with gasket. These well-made cans are dated in the 1950’s and ready for many more decades of service. If you take a little time, clean them up with a wire brush and fresh spray paint, you have virtually a brand new customized can at a fraction of the price. 5 Gallon (20 Liter) capacity. Measures 18 in. high x 13 in. x 6 in. Works with any NATO style small mouth spout. Unused condition. No liquid was ever inside the can. Will show weather and storage marks on exterior. Please see photos. Genuine European Military Surplus.

Don't forget to add a U.S. G.I. 1 Quart flexible funnel

THIS ITEM IS NOT RETURNABLE OR ELIGIBLE FOR ANY REFUND. SOLD AS-IS WITH NO GUARENTEE.

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WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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Do these come with the spout as well or just the can separately?

It didn't come with a spout. I purchased it separately.

Is this can actually 6" width, or 6.5" (at the bulge in the middle of the can wall like today's standard size)? I need two that are 6" max width.

My NATO cans of 1950's vintage measure 6 5/8" thick empty with no bulged out sides. Full and pressurized they will be 6 3/4" thick. You might check the knockoff cans with the rolled bottom seam and round hole but I suspect they will be the same thickness. Measure across the bottom seam.

How large is the opening hole, the pour spout as i need something big enough to let my suction pipe t fit in- Is it a 2 inch diamter? thanks adam

Depends on if you get the wide mouth or standard can. Make sure you get the corresponding spout.