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JonM1911

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I keep a foot long chunk of 4x4 wood. If you get a flat on any kind of incline, yer gonna need something to chock your tires with. Not so much for front tire flats cuz the emergency brake or park will hold it, but you get the rear end up she's gonna roll. I made that mistake with a hi-lift jack that I hooked under the receiver hitch and both rear wheels were off the ground.

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I carry a small air compressor, I don't need the stabile fuel I change it out frequently enough that its not a concern.

 

I only fill my 5gallon blitz can with 2 gallons unless Im driving more than 1 hour, so I don't notice any problems and If you fill up to the recommended line you can store no problem if you keep it out of direct sun. Hope that helped.

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