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Old June 10th, 2010, 04:02 PM
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Jerry can mounts

I tried searching but didn't find really what I'm looking for. I have a customer with a LE 90, and would like to mount some cans on the rack for an upcoming trip.
What mounts for the roof rack have you tried, what do you like or dislike about the various choices, and are there any cans that can be laid flat?

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Old June 10th, 2010, 04:28 PM
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I use the J Can Mounts from http://www.adventuretrailers.com/fuel.html ...there boss!

Pricey....like all their components...however, well made.

Nice construction...some crazy aluminum...very strong.

I have them mounted upright in my roof basket...like big sails going against the natural force of nature!
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anything that mounts to the back? possibly that uses the factory (reinforced of course) spare tire mount?
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I was recommending not adding any more weight to the rear door. I like the Safariguard carrier, but after my last experience with them, I'm unlikely to ever give them any of my or my customer's money.
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