Fuel can/tunnel bag setups

kiliki

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^^^^ I run the same as above but the other way with the tunnel bag next to the seat for lower profile when stepping over and to get to the shovel when the back end is dug in.
 

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No fuel can yet ,but this rack is super affordable, I've seen many places selling them for $100, I think mines 28 inches long, move the bars to certain sizes, then get a lunch bag and or gas can and bungee them on.
 

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yup, bungees dont last down a whooped out trail or being rolled down the mountain. never had my MA cans come off and they dont even have the cotter pin installed
 

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yup, bungees dont last down a whooped out trail or being rolled down the mountain. never had my MA cans come off and they dont even have the cotter pin installed
I have found on the MA gas can if you only get it on one rail and think you have it on 2 then it will come off on the whoops! so when you put it on just grab the handle and pull up to ensure it's on 2! fyi this is a 40.00 sentence for free.
 
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I replace the thin stock tunnel with a take off from my 2014 Cat and just used the stock bumper. Way stronger than the pop can spec tunnel that comes stock. my buddy that did the work didn’t like the way the Linq brackets hung off the sides of the tunnel so he mounted them length wise. I rarely even think about packing gas where we ride most of the time so thats not an option yet with this set up.
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I use the old BRP one with the strap. Never had an issue with it coming lose. I didn’t like how wide the LinQ one is and this one is easy to swing a leg over since it’s such a low profile. 9537ED07-0A23-478D-B4DB-DDAE08750ADF.jpeg
 
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Thanks for all of the input. After much consideration, I am sticking to my guns and going with the BCA bag linq mounted with a rotopax can.

next dilemma is do I put the fuel can behind the seat or the bag? On one hand, bag behind the seat is handy for getting things out of, especially the shovel when you are stuck. On the other hand, fuel can behind the seat is nice since it's lower profile to step over with your feet when riding.

I see people have done both ways on here, just not sure which makes the most sense.
 
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