Rotopax Fuel Pack. AdvRider discount...

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by pfb, Feb 3, 2009.

  1. KCDakar

    KCDakar What are we waiting for?

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    It was working a day ago or so...:dunno

    We might have overloaded the server. :lol3
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  2. MAXVERT

    MAXVERT OG on da OC

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    I'll take two.
    How about KTM orange or black would be nice.
    Does the mounting bracket really weigh 4lbs. ?
    Max
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  3. MTDewX8

    MTDewX8 Been here awhile

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    I am in for the one gallon if my other plane foils.
    one more gallone on my x should give me plenty of range that I am looking for.

    SWEET is all I can say about that:clap
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  4. VA_Nole_Fan

    VA_Nole_Fan Adventurer

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    Let us know when the 1 gallon is available. I will take one.
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  5. sweptwingnut

    sweptwingnut The Nut

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    same here. I am in for either the 1 or 2 gallon when the site is back up and the product is ready.
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  6. rigger

    rigger Adventurer

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    I'd be interested in either the 1 or 2 gallon unit, plus maybe a blue 1 gallon one for water, if Jason does a small run of a different color.
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  7. HaChayalBoded

    HaChayalBoded Brooklyn Bored

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    Does the fuel smell permeate through the container? IE If storing it in a pannier will everything else is said pannier wreak of fuel?

    Do the older Kolpin mounts fit the Rotopax fuel containers?
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  8. robhar54

    robhar54 Been here awhile

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    The 4 lb bracket seems a bit much, especially if you're going to be adding one on each side. Someone needs to come up with a billet aluminum version. :evil

    Hmm, maybe I'd need to put the one for water on this side:

    [​IMG]

    Rob in Seattle
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  9. pfb

    pfb Riding, not skiing.

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    No, the brackets do not weigh anywhere near 4 pounds.
    Yes, the RotoPax uses Kolpin brackets.
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  10. robhar54

    robhar54 Been here awhile

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  11. suicidalbunnis8me

    suicidalbunnis8me Adventurer

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    any word on the one gallon tanks yet?
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  12. pfb

    pfb Riding, not skiing.

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  13. shredak

    shredak FREE rider

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    Ummmm think again before asking for different color fuel containers, blue=kerosene or water yellow=diesel red=gasoline clear is usually water. there is the possibilty that putting the wrong fuel into a container is illegal.

    just food for thought. I will always use red.
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  14. shredak

    shredak FREE rider

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    for gasoline that is
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  15. 1200bruce

    1200bruce n00b

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    Hell I was googling this product and came to this site, became a member and then it dawned on me this is a "2" wheel site not a ATV site!:huh But I have had several bikes in the past 1500 Wing, ZRX1200, XR 250, YZ450f (knee breaker) and a few older ones in the past. I have a Polaris Sportman Touring 800 right now. But I'm thinking of putting together a "older" KLR 650 into a "world tourer", as per Motorcycle Consumer News had a few years ago in 3 of there Mags.:evil But I'm going to get me a 4 gal. gas can with my 20% discount!:clap
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  16. 1200bruce

    1200bruce n00b

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    I put in my order for the 4 gal. can!:1drink
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  17. Dogtown

    Dogtown Been here awhile

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    I'm in for an Orange one gal if there is any intrest?



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  18. Somber

    Somber Been here awhile

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    I'd really like a 1g tank also, plan on ordering as soon as I see they are available, I personally don't much care what color it winds up being, so if someone needs more 1 more to get their color made feel free to pm me... otherwise I'll just order the red, which is also fine with me...

    thanks again for helping point this product out...
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  19. KCDakar

    KCDakar What are we waiting for?

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    :lurk
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  20. AngryScot

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    in for a 1 gallon, when available. Something other the red is ok with me :D
    as it will be for "water" since the CA law needs one of those dumb nozzles if it is for fuel :wink:
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