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Old 05-10-2018, 12:10 PM   #31 (permalink)
 
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Did you look at using a 5 gal Jerry and smittybuilt mount? Dimension wise, it looks like itíll fit and itís a less expensive solution.

Just wondering if you looked at that option and ran into an issue or personal preference was Rotopax.
I went with rotopax, as sometimes my loadout changes and this gives me the luxury of moving the cans easily, or splitting them onto two separate mounts.

I like the contact patch of the rotopax can to the mounting surface a whole lot better as it minimizes the leverage that a jump can exert on the actual mount.

I am using a smittybuilt axe/shovel mount.

That and i think 6 gals is better than 5.




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I went with rotopax, as sometimes my loadout changes and this gives me the luxury of moving the cans easily, or splitting them onto two separate mounts.



I like the contact patch of the rotopax can to the mounting surface a whole lot better as it minimizes the leverage that a jump can exert on the actual mount.



I am using a smittybuilt axe/shovel mount.



That and i think 6 gals is better than 5.

Good points. I love the functionality and configurability of the rotopax system. Going to check out those and some Jerry van options tomorrow. Thanks for the input.
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I could only fit one 3 gallon rotopax with the new jack mount on the left and the swing case on the right.
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