Well...now you know to go slow opening gas cans when the altitude has changed.
My NATO steel cans that are 6 or 7 years old remain leak-free when carried on their side, which is my standard procedure in order to minimize vehicle height. Scepter fuel cans...based on the 4 or 5 different ones I owned... leak more vapor than the NATO steel cans, and will noticeably stink up any closed space.
Properly maintained the military Scepter tanks will not leak fumes of liquids. If they do leak from the seals it is because they are damaged or need new seals. Most that come from the Military are for diesel. Most of use unleaded and we ruin the seals. If you misuse anything it will wear out faster.
Well i can confiem the CBi fuel can holder is tougher then a chevy 2500 thats for sure. Happened the other day on the jobsite. Stuck in mud in 2wd, gave her a shot of gas to try to clear the mud from the tyres. Truck gains traction and goes backwards, front tyres plowing a straight path. Hit the brakes i slide the remainder into the truck on snotty clay. Sigh, not my finest moment.
Damage to chevy, looks worse then it is.
Damage to fuel holder, scratch not even dented/misaligned.