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#1 92_rugby_subie

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Posted 16 July 2011 - 08:51 PM

I dont know if this has been mentioned anywhere, but I thought I would mention it...

This came from an article in Trailer Life (parents are into full time RVing eventually)

Issue is JULY 2011 and in the "10-Minute Tech" on page 79.
Suggested by Ron Uhle of Tucson Arizona

PULL-TOP CAP A SNAP
"The pull-top caps found on sports drinks and syrup bottles fit nicely on one-quart motor-oil, power-steering and transmission fluid containers. The pull-cap permits you to maneuver the bottles into hard-to-reach places without spilling and frequently eliminates the need for a funnel."

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