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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I've started to add oil and oil lanterns to my supplies. I already stock propane, kerosene, and candles for lighting, but feel it is wise to have as many options as possible. I've noticed that the metal frame lanterns I buy say to use only kerosene or oil, depending on the lantern. However, they...
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  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I posted earlier my diesel fuel tank, now here is my gas tank installed, About 2 months ago. Gas is a little more trickier than diesel to store. First off I treated the fuel with stabilizer. And I use Super Unleaded, because it stays fresher longer IMHO. This tank is an old fuel oil tank I found...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This may best be answered by our military members as most have been deployed recently. But do put in your thoughts everyone. What do you think the best cooking fuel will be after SHTF with shtf on a comparison to a war. I see the news reports from places like Somalia, Afghanistan, *****ia, you...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have a horizontal 125 gallon propane tank that I no longer use and was wondering if it could be used to store gasoline. I think I could put a hand pump on it and plug the other holes and put a pressure relief valve on it. If it's not feasible I guess I could make a big BBQ grill out of it. Has...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    People on these forums have said petrol goes off... well after seeing comments on these fourms and looking it up elsewhere. Petrol is stable, it does however oxidize. Most Containers that store petrol are not air tight, they allow in air either as a pressure let off(Incase the tank gets to hot...
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