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Old 04-18-2005, 06:44 PM   #1
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I found a product this afternoon that I thought might be of interest to many of you that have toyhaulers, or travel trailers with onboard fuel stations. The fuel station is great, but the dirt that accumulates inside and out, SUCKS!!

If you want to fix that problem, there's a company that's producing a cover called "nozzlecondom". Their website is www.nozzlecondom.com. They sell them for $10, and offer free freight within the U.S.

Good luck to all!!!
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Old 04-18-2005, 06:44 PM   #2
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I found a product this afternoon that I thought might be of interest to many of you that have toyhaulers, or travel trailers with onboard fuel stations. The fuel station is great, but the dirt that accumulates inside and out, SUCKS!!

If you want to fix that problem, there's a company that's producing a cover called "nozzlecondom". Their website is www.nozzlecondom.com. They sell them for $10, and offer free freight within the U.S.

Good luck to all!!!
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Old 04-18-2005, 07:35 PM   #3
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Wow...hummmm...do I dare touch this with a 10-foot pole?!

This is a great example of "neccessity is the mother of all inventions"- I don't have one yet (a fuel station!), but I'm sure I'll be faced with the same situation as I'm sure, thousands have been.

I wonder if it also fends off any of those pesky "fuel diseases"?!

Love the post- keep it up.
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Old 04-18-2005, 07:54 PM   #4
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WWFan,

I should have entitled the subject "NozzleCondom", imagine the views it would have gotten.

And I can only imagine what people would have posted. I'd probably get kicked off for insighting the situation.

Thanks for the post...
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I welcome you to the forum,
good gadget,
post where your travels take you, I'm from SanDiego as well
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Roxoz:

I think you did OK...just looked like a post that needed some extra venacular! If I thought a old riding glove couldn't be a viable substitution, I'd buy it!

Again...welcome...you won't find a better bunch of people here...I've only been on for about two weeks, and I've learned.

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Old 04-18-2005, 08:34 PM   #7
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WWFAn,

It doesn't really matter to me if anyone actually buys one, I just thought it was worth the mention. It took me forever to find someone that was making a product like this. And this company says that they're new to the industry. I suppose I could have just figured out something else, which I did in the meantime.

Forums are cool, I agree. There's another one that I'm part of that's pretty cool too. You can find all sorts of cool info on whatever you need, almost.

Have fun, dude...
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