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Old 01-24-2011, 11:32 AM   #1
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I was talking about these with one of my friends this weekend. As much as I like the gerry can "look," they can take up alot of room. I kind of like the design and idea behind these. I may look into these in the future, but for now I thought you guys may enjoy them.


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Old 01-24-2011, 11:37 AM   #2
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where do you put it? under the back seat?

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They have things like those for atvs, they are designed to fit in the racks on atvs and you can stack them.
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where do you put it? under the back seat?
My thought was, if you have a tire carrier, you could make a bracket to mount it flush against the tail gate (since the tire wont be there anymore, and there will be a little space between the carrier and the tailgate). Also with a tire carrier, you could mount it to the swing part behind the spare...all a matter of preference. If you want on there temporarily for a trail ride, you could just strap it to your spare also. But it looks like it would fit under your seat if you didnt mind keep a gas can inside of your jeep.
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it's definitely interesting.
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My friend actually went to a offroad convention near us, and there was a guy there with a cherokee that popped out his side windows and made plastic molds that fit in place of the windows...then the molds had a spot in them where one of these tanks would snap in secure. He had a gas tank on one side and a water tank on the other.
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where do you put it? under the back seat?
They had this rendering on the website in the link:



Its a pretty nifty idea.
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Somewhere I saw a tire rack that stored these between the swing and the back gate. On you-tube I think...
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Somewhere I saw a tire rack that stored these between the swing and the back gate. On you-tube I think...
That is where I think the most convenient place would be.

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