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Old 04-08-2019, 07:02 PM
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I may get shunned for this but I did some searches and didnt find it discussed has anyone ever put a Ski Doo Linq fuel caddy on a cat... or other brand? really looks like the best fuel can and mount out there and my supercharger is too thirsty.


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I may get shunned for this but I did some searches and didnt find it discussed has anyone ever put a Ski Doo Linq fuel caddy on a cat... or other brand? really looks like the best fuel can and mount out there and my supercharger is too thirsty.


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LinQ is a great system and a good price point IMO, However I don't think it'll work, tunnels aren't as wide as the doo, However I could be wrong.

Racks wise I put one of these on mine and its perfect! got the longest one I could fit and its simple, but yet fully functional and adjustable and price was way cheaper than anything else.

http://www.jtpanels.com/rear_racks.html
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idunno if you ride trees much but we've broken 2 can necks on linq cans. they stick out just enough that they clip trees when u get into tight stuff. we gave up on using them. If you ride to spot and ditch can, not much of issue obviously. *shrugs*
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This is what I used. Held up well for 850 miles this season.

https://www.whiteouttechnologies.com...apta-linq.html
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Thanks for the useful intel, Im open to other suggestions but with only my second ride on boost I can see fuel consumption is going to be of consern and pouring fuel out of one sled into a Gatorade bottle( I believe if my math was right 8 gave me 1 gallon) is not goin to be something I want to continue
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I saw one of these at a local dealer. I really like the idea but $$$
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I thought the Linq system was great as well. I made up two brackets. It has worked great all season for me. I spaced them out 16". I have easy access to my seat pouch, the bag opens easy, and the tank is easy on and off. Its on a 154. Super convenient when I don't need the gas tank as I can quickly move the bag forward


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Were also liking the linQ. but we used the 3rd position on the Doo so we can keep the linQ brackets on the tunnel with out spacers on the Alpha. Big drawback is the 3rd potion doesn't fit 99% of the accessories. So we just built our own.




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Canada sled parts makes adapters for the cat and poo tunnels, to utilize the linq stuff. ALOT CLEANER than the HUGE brackets and plates.

https://www.canadasledparts.com/prod...nnel-adapters/


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Pretty sure all the skidoo nerds will be cutting off their tunnels soon. Because they saw a picture of a new sled they don't own with a cutoff tunnel.

Just rivet a cutoff one to your cat. Take advantage of the FOMO!
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