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built these for mine, had them on for like 5 months but they got annoying for my riding style. but they worked.
 

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but "Jerry Cans" to me brings back memories of the 5-gallon metal cans mounted on WWII Jeeps and such. There are lots of modern fuel systems. This link is a seach on eBay motors, ATV parts, using the key words, "fuel can", and shows a number of alternatives for carrying extra fuel.

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Hi I use kolpin kxp fuel packs 1 1/2 gallon. They mount to the rear rack using the lock and ride pins
Howdy. Could you post a pic or two of how you have your cans mounted? Thanks.
The kxp bracket that came with the can mounts on the side of the rack. I wanted mine centered on the back So I made my own bracket using angle iron with the lock and ride pins Red Room Plant
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Thanks. I am debating, but leaning toward something like what you did, except mounting the pack outside the rack to the rear.
 

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Here's my Kolpin fuel pack mounted off the back rack.
 
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WOWZA, thats some serious fuel there ATV King

Very nice!!!

I'm thinking of adding my 4-gallon BRP jerry can I use snowmobiling.
I made a bracket for it for the sled and it works VERY well.
Photo below of it on the sled. 2 different sleds, same can. Super quick and easy on and off.


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