- GAGeary A.Verified Buyer1 week agoRated 4 out of 5 stars4.5 gal fuel tank
I used my 4.5 gal. tank on the two tank holders, (4 six inch cups) one placed horizontal one vert. worked very well. Drove 180 miles rock solid, Camped for 6 days in the van, night time temp. dropped top mid 30's. After second night I had to pump up one cup on the holder mounted horizontally and every morning after even after using my fuel....is it a bad suction cup? that 's the reason for the 4 star.SSeaSucker1 week ago
Our vacuum mounts are not designed to last longer than 24 hours without the orange indicator band making itself visible. In fact, when you first see orange appear, that's an indication the mount has lost about 20% of its strength, and needs to be re-pumped. Another pump or two gets it back to full strength once again. Glad you're enjoying it.
- DKDino K.Verified Buyer1 month agoRated 5 out of 5 starsVery strong!
This thing is incredibly strong, well made, and easy to use. I was thinking that it would be great to incorporate a molle panel system for the sea sucker. Where you can mount it on the inside of the glass at the back of the car.
- SMSpencer M.Verified Buyer2 months agoRated 5 out of 5 starsStrong and gives me the flexibility to move tanks around without drilljng
I’ve got a water and gas rotopax and like to move them around rigs / campers and this is much better than drilling into my rig.
Drove 5 hours at highways speeds and didn’t even need another pump. Holds strong.
- DSDamon S.Verified Buyer3 months agoRated 5 out of 5 starsSecure, removable.
This is an early review, full disclosure. So far, has proven reliable. Well-written instructions, fast shipping, well-packaged. Performs well even in a more horizontal orientation than recommended. Does exactly what I need it to do and then goes away when I don’t need it. Brilliant.
- KRKeith R.Verified Buyer3 months agoRated 5 out of 5 starsThey really suck!
I love these Rotopax tank holders. They really suck and do the job! I was trying to find a way to carry extra fuel on my Subaru Forester Wilderness without making any modifications. These work great and are easy to remove when I am not on the trail. Perfect for what I needed.
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