RotopaX 1 Gallon Fuel Pack for Motorcycles

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Ride longer with extended fuel capacity offered by the RotopaX 1 gallon fuel bottle. These fuel safe bottles 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


2.3 lbs
1 × 1 × 1 in
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  • Capacity:1 gallon
  • Dimensions: 9 1/2 L x 13 1/4 W x 3 H
  • 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.1G

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    I absolutely love this product it is such an amazing gas can and very handy I ran out of gas but luckily I had this on the back of my truck!

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  2. Mickey

    A strong well made jerry can ideal for motorcycles


    I mounted the fuel pack to the front side of my motorcycle trunk. I covered it with a black mesh helmet cover so it is not noticeable. One week ago on my first motorcycle trip to eastern Washington State and Oregon I discovered that many gas stations are closed and fuel is hard to locate. There are long sections of highway with no services. Without the fuel pack I would have ran out of gas 20 miles before the next service station. It will always be mounted on my bike on trips. You will find the fuel pack expands and contracts with the ambient temperature. U have to adjust the mount clamp periodically and also “burp” the air out at the end of the day. Carry a funnel with u to prevent spillage when pouring the first bit of gas into your tank.

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