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Do you keep your diesel kleen in your truck?

Going on a trip in the next couple of weeks and figure I'll be filling up several times on the way. I'm just wondering what yall do with the 96oz jug on trips. Will it be all right if I keep my jug in my tool box (even in 100 degree weather) or should I keep it in the cab, behind the seat (don't really want to be breathing in that stuff though)? Was thinkin i could put it in a little cardboard box so it doesn't tip over and leak in the tool box when sliding around back there. Any suggestions would be much appreciated?

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i have a rubbermaid tote in my box that has my tie downs and stuff in it i put my additive in there

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My toolbox is so full of stuff, I have a special hole for mine in my toolbox. fits perfect and does not go anywhere. I would not put it in the cab though.

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Yeah, take it with you. All I have is an old milk crate in the bed of my truck with my stuff in it. I carry diesel kleen, funnel, jumper cables, electrical contact cleaner spray, tie downs, and a couple of other odds & ends.

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It will be fine. Just think how that stuff is shipped, I work at Advance Auto Parts and our trucks come an set for a day or 2 in 90-100deg weather.

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I carry mine in the cab right behind the back seat and have never had any problems, either with the smell or spilling.

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I carry mine in the cab right behind the back seat and have never had any problems, either with the smell or spilling.
I do the same and never had a problem either.
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Mine resides in a milk crate behind the drivers seat with straps, flares etc. I keep the small jump seat folded up. No smells or other problems.
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Mine stays right behind me next to the back seat- open the driver's side back door and there it is on the sill plate... I kept a 96oz of "regular" and an "empty" 32oz size to pour the larger one into- made it easier to pour and not spill fo rme, and also a 96oz of the "red" 911 for winter- just incase I got some water and it started to gel...
Once in a while I will drop something when I shut the door and it gets between the bottles and the door and push out some fumes- run with the windows open for a bit and its fine...

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