It's something I'd thought about when seeing pictures of the first Gulf war a while back with big flat bed trucks with massive fuel bladders on them....
I would suggest to buy one and put petrol in it and leave it for a week and see if the "Heavy-Duty: Abrasion-resistant Cordura, laminated with food-grade polyurethane, can handle everything from freezing to boiling"
would handle the desolving properties of petrol...... I don't fancy the chances, petrol stored in a plastic milk bottle will eat through the plastic bottle..... It may work for a week once-off??? but then you'd bin a USD$40 water bag
Would be brillant if it worked though.....
'99 R1100GS - In a suitable shade of black
It's not that life is so short, It's just that we're dead for so long....
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