Depends on the density of the fluid (I assume). Gallon is a measure of volume and pounds is a measure of mass. A gallon of water will weigh far less than a gallon of say Mercury.
I think it is 14 gallons
One US gallon of water weighs about 8.35 pounds. So, just multiply 14 gallons by 8.35 to get your result: 116.9 pounds = 14 US gallons of water.
An approximation would be 14 gallons. Pounds is a unit of mass/weight. Gallons is a liquid measure. They do not convert cleanly. The density of the liquid being measured can make a big difference. If the liquid is water, there is 8 pounds to a gallon.
14 gallons of plain water weighs about 116.84 pounds.
14 US gallons = 53.00 litres. 14 Imperial gallons = 63.65 litres.
14 Liters = 3.698 US gallons or 3.080 UK gallons.
52995.764976mL = 14 US gallons63645.26 mL = 14 imperial gallons
There are 53 (52.9958) liters in 14 US gallons.
14 US gallons = 53.00 litres.
3.5 gallons will make 14 quarts.