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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-27-2008, 09:11 AM Thread Starter
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Scepter Fuel Containers - MFC's......

Just a FYI.......
Sadly, I've learned that Scepter MFC's are now banned and not able to be shipped to CARB states. Scepters's MFC's are the current issue fuel containers for our military and they are awesome products.

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I've started to scavenge any available sources to get a few.......
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A few, huh?

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yep, a few......of each. Actually the MWC's are readily available. One more MFC is on the way and the "set" is complete. Can't be too prepared up here in "Injun" country.....

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Can't be too prepared up here in "Injun" country.....
Oh hells no you diin't just go there did you?

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Well, in Rob's own famous words ....
"oopsie" .
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Anyone heard from Crowhorse recently? I pm'd him a while back when he was doing his welding course mid 2008 and he's been quiet ever since.

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Last I heard from him he was busy with his new welding job.

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Thanks. He made a great job of his projects before welding. I'm looking forward to seeing what he's capable of doing now.

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I also am looking for Crow----
Haven't heard from him in years.

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