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    Thanks for the reply mickjen.. I will get cracking on getting it made.. cheers again..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickjen View Post
    Yes 3x10lts, It is 1"PVC pipe i do not have measurements i just put the 3 cans together and went from there and cut the pipe to size,its not hard just think about what you are doing,use PVC cement to hold firm when you are finished,

    Hi mickjen,

    Do you really need 30lt? If you could get by with 20lt then you can fit that in the front storage compartment. No external rack required. My SHO Cruiser takes 1x10lt and 2x5lt containers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory View Post
    Hi mickjen,

    Do you really need 30lt? If you could get by with 20lt then you can fit that in the front storage compartment. No external rack required. My SHO Cruiser takes 1x10lt and 2x5lt containers.
    I understand what you are saying but i carry a lot of other stuff in the storage compartment when there are 3 of us on the ski and dont like the idea of fuel bouncing around in there just incase it leaks,3x10lt it fits along the back of the ski real nice and i can go for real long rides all day and know i will have plenty of fuel,i use to have a 20lt and just tie it on the back, but this way i feel is a better way to carry it

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    I agree with mickjen on this one, Hence the reason i am making one of these holders...
    the last day trip i done i carried 4x 5lt cans in front bucket and in choppy morten bay it kept sending the nose into the waves and to be honest did not leave much room for the supplies..
    good all round soloution..

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    Quote Originally Posted by stewie81 View Post
    I agree with mickjen on this one, Hence the reason i am making one of these holders...
    the last day trip i done i carried 4x 5lt cans in front bucket and in choppy morten bay it kept sending the nose into the waves and to be honest did not leave much room for the supplies..
    good all round soloution..
    stewie81 are you a member of OZPWC if not go to the website and join we do a fare bit of riding on the broadwater and morten bay

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    hey mick, not as yet.. but i will head over there now and check it out...
    i got 3 mates with yammys as well, the 07 fx ho's, so that would be great.. cheers for the heads up..

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    Last year I bungee corded a Jerry can to the back of my 2007 Seadoo GTI SE 155 for a longer than normal trip and didn’t like the way it sat and moved around. I have been searching since then for a solution. I came across the LinQ fuel caddy but my year of Seadoo does not support LinQ and could not find anything on the internet where someone had added a LinQ fuel caddy to a non-supported year/model. I decided to order the LinQ mount (part 860200583) for $33, the LinQ marinized hardware kit (part 295100751) for $21, the LinQ fuel caddy (part 295100752) for $220 and 4 stainless 14/2 screws to try and get it to work. After lots of thinking and planning, I got it all mounted and it works. Granted it’s not meant to be where it is, but for the few trips a year where additional fuel may be needed, this works for me and is solid. This will probably work for other models.





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