Published online: May 05, 2008 News
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 The hassle of transporting fuel should never tarnish a boater's outing.  With Todd Marine Products' Gas and Diesel Fuel Caddys, transporting fuel and filling the tank for a day on the water are effortless.
Safety is a priority for Todd Marine Products.  Both the red Gas Caddy and the yellow Diesel Caddy meet all UN and DOT specifications for use anywhere in the world.  Each holds a generous 28 gallons and is the only one if its kind, excelling in reliability and convenience.
This versatile caddy makes fueling simple, as it can be used from up to 10' away and pump from below the height of the fuel tank.  Equipped with a U.L. approved hose with static wire, molded hose brackets and spring loaded nozzle, this caddy is as dependable as it is handy.
Pneumatic tires with nylon bearings and wheel hubs make the caddy easy to move to and from a boat.  The epitome of strength and durability, it also features a molded-in baffle and vented cap and rests on a sturdy, aluminum non-sparking axle.  Industrial and commercial pumps are available for use with the Caddys.
The Todd Marine Products Gas and Diesel Fuel Caddys measure
27-1/2" W x 41" H x 22-1/2" D and retail for less than $400.
        Contact Todd Marine Products, 361 Neptune Ave., West Babylon, NY 11704.  Toll-free 800-275-2436; Fax: 631-661-5953.  info@toddusa.com; www.toddusa.com.

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