RotopaX 1.75 Gallon Gasoline Fuel Pack

SKU:RX.1.75G
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  • 1.75galgas
  • 6465375437_decf7fde89_o
  • 1.75galgas
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  • 6465375437_decf7fde89_o
  • 1.75galgas

Description

Ride longer with extended fuel capacity offered by the RotopaX 1.75 gallon fuel pack. These fuel safe packs will not leak and can be stored in any justification that gets you from here to there. Designed as a modular system to stack and lock to the optional pack mounts or just run a strap through both ends and tie it to the top of your load. read more

SKU:
RX.1.75G
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Brand:
Rotopax
Weight:
5 lbs
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Price

$69.95

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Total

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Description

Specifications

  • Capacity:1.75 gallons
  • Dimensions: 13 1/2″ Wide x 15.00″ Tall x 3.5″ Deep
  • NEW AND IMPROVED SPOUT! ALL ROTOPAX FUEL PACKS ARE NOW SUPPLIED WITH C.A.R.B. / ECO TYPE SPOUTS. They do not allow fuel to dispense until you apply light pressure against the tank being filled which eliminates gas spills on your machine. All spouts turn around and store inside of the fuel packs.
  • COLOR: Red. Helps to avoid confusing fuel from the RotopaX Water Bottle which is white.

Mounting Assemblies Sold Separately – see Related Products.

How to use the ECO spout on your RotopaX fuel pack

Part Numbers

Our part number: RX.1.75G

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  1. Anonymous

    Rotopax fuel pack

    Anonymous

    I have had my Rotopax for 3 years and almost choked on total price . However after 3 years of use on my dual sport I would say their products are above their competition . I got the locking mount with mine and it holds the unit very secure and it will be there if you park the bike . 3 years ago the EPA required fuel neck took a little practice , but works well . The cost isn’t too bad now compared to all the cheaply made “regular” gas cans that now run around $50 . I can’t imagine adventure riding with anything else .

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  2. Ravi

    Rotopax Gallon Gasoline Fuel Pack

    Ravi

    “the coolest looking spare fuel tank that every rider in India should get.. esp on long rides where quality of fuel is not guaranteed”.

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  3. The explorer

    Durrable

    The explorer

    Very durable! Went down no nicks or breaks. The only thing I can’t stand is how you take the nozzel out and pour its a pain

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  4. Paddy

    Just what I think I require

    Paddy

    I bought the Rotopax for a trip to Alaska to comfort my wife and me that whatever else happens, we won’t be out of fuel. It fits beautifully on the top box.

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  5. dionbilt

    dionbilt

    I was told it would hold a full 2 gallons, mine held 1.875 gallons brand new. Give the sun a few times of swelling it in the 100 degree heat and it should hold 2 gallons. As always I’m pretty happy with Rotopax equipment

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  6. Wkndbkr

    Practical insurance just in case of emergency

    Wkndbkr

    Purchased the fuel pack for a little extra fuel mileage just in case on a recent trip across the IBDR. Fortunately never needed but it was easy to mount to my Vstrom and was very secure on the rough back roads route.

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  7. Miller

    Not as great as old spout version!

    Miller

    I bought a second RotopaX 1.75 gallon, since I loved the first one but required more fuel to travel the distance of this years fall trip.
    Not happy with the spout that came with the new one. Awkward to use and does not seal as well as the last one. I was somewhat disappointed. Otherwise same container quality.

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  8. Miller

    Not as great as old spout version!

    Miller

    I bought a second RotopaX 1.75 gallon, since I loved the first one but required more fuel to travel the distance of this years fall trip.
    Not happy with the spout that came with the new one. Awkward to use and does not seal as well as the last one. I was somewhat disappointed. Otherwise same container quality.

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  9. Drrrr

    Service

    Drrrr

    Shipping prob with 1.75 rotopax
    Gave me the 2.0 gal instead.
    I would shop here again.
    Good service

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  10. Jack

    Exactly what I expected

    Jack

    Got this for a 1200 mile trip on a DRZ. Fits on the back rack perfectly. Carried my “insurance” tank on the entire Blue Ridge Parkway with no issues. Never leaked.
    I was hesitant to pay this much for a gas can, but it is specialized and I had no other options.

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  11. gpr

    Robust and adaptable

    gpr

    Bought this for a projected long ride to Prudhoe Bay in May. Will add about 100 miles range for my BMW F700GS. Multiple ways to attach it, although the Vario side-cases probably aren’t strong enough to handle the load. I plan to attach it very simply horizontally on the passenger seat to keep the center of gravity as low as I can (see photo).

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  12. Keon14

    Great back-up!

    Keon14

    I haven’t used this yet, but I can only expect it will function well as an emergency fuel supply on my extended tours.

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  13. Oumar

    Great looking item but too big for a bike

    Oumar

    Looks good and sturdy but roo big for a motorcycle. Returning the item for the 1 gallon one.

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  14. Oumar

    Great looking item but too big for a bike

    Oumar

    Looks good and sturdy but roo big for a motorcycle. Returning the item for the 1 gallon one.

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  15. Squirrel

    A great way to carry spare fuel

    Squirrel

    Here it is, a picture of my 2017 Yamaha SCR950 with the Sw-Motech SLC side carrier brackets, an Sw-Motech right side universal mounting plate for SLC carrier with the RotopaX 1.75 Gallon Fuel Pack and RX.PM RotopaX Pack Mount affixed to the universal plate. This product was easy to setup and assemble. I hope my review is helpful to other Yamaha SCR950 owners who are contemplating the compatibility of this product with this bike.

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