Do you have something specific in mind? I just used it this afternoon to transport some furniture from Ikea. I may actually have my wife excited about the prospect of an upgraded roof rack! :clap: A nice "practical" mod.Anyone have any ideas on what you can put in the rear part of the roof rack besides another spare tire?
http://www.fjcruiserforums.com/forums/how-technical-articles/46661-roof-rack-gas-can-mod.htmlAnyone have any ideas on what you can put in the rear part of the roof rack besides another spare tire?
I have a 50 pound 6 year old (yes he's huge) who regularly sits/stands/lies down on just one of those cross bars...with very little flex in the cross bar. I wouldn't hesitate to lay a spare up on them. I would totally hesitate in trying to lift one up there, however. :freak5:An oem rack? I dont know if I'd put spare tire up there. Not sure if the oem rack crossbars could handle that load.... but never tried. I'd probably stick to light camping gear or luggage for the most part.
Dude! Those cans are bad-ass. :rocker:Those are the Expedition One water and fuel 4.5 gal cans.
("goat balls" LOL)
I have seen them for sale other places. My question is how are they secured? I do not see and straps or brackets?Dude! Those cans are bad-ass. :rocker:
Went to the Expedition One website, and what did I find...“Due to new EPA regulations, FUEL packs are not currently available for sale in the USA”...what the hell!
Thats okay, I can wait..."We are in the process of tooling up our machinery to make the new EPA compliant cans, please watch our website for updates on availability":simmadown:
These are just cool! :cheers:I have seen them for sale other places. My question is how are they secured? I do not see and straps or brackets?
Found this link for them...Fuel Cans : Gas Pack : Gasoline Containers : RotopaX.com