Kolpin Water/Fuel Pack Rack Bracket for ATV
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The Kolpin® Water/Fuel Pack Rack Bracket is designed to vertically mount Kolpin's Fuel or Water Pack Jr.'s of your ATV rack while leaving plenty of room for your other gear. This versatile bracket is constructed of steel with glass infused nylon plastic turn knob with a brass threaded inset. The 1/4-turn knob allows for quick and easy removal of the fuel pack from the bracket and just as quickly secure reattachment. Two Fuel/Water Pack Brackets can be used to mount the larger 4 gallon Kolpin Fuel or Water Packs vertically on your ATV rack.
Manufacturer model #: 89475.
- Steel construction with glass-infused nylon plastic turn knob
- Allows quick and easy removal and reattachment of fuel pack from the bracket
- Leaves plenty of room for your other gear
Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 4
Rated 3 out of 5 by Rob123 It works
Product works OK for me. It's just too expensive for what it is.
February 22, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by 58Rhino Works well but.......
I ride in california desert and mid west deer hunting. I have one mounted on quad and another on rhino. Both work well and are easy to use. But fuel pack wth mounting bracket is very expensive. On rhino, I tossed metal bracket away and mounted the plastic part of the mount on outside of tail gate. All kolpin fuel cells leak on hot day if filled to top.
December 6, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5
by Meatman OK product
Fairly easy to hook up even with the added seat. I had no problem with it, but didn't ride through country like the other review.
March 4, 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by OGuy Kolpin Fuel Pack Jr.
I purchased two of these with the metal brackets. The fuel packs seem to be very sturdy, but they leak out of the top. As the air and fuel inside the pack heat up, it forces fuel up the built in nozzel and out of the fuel pack. I lost about a half gallon that way last time I was riding in the desert.
The metal brackets seem very strong, but they are insufficient for spirited ATV riding. Mine bent to almost a 45 degree angle just from riding over rough terrain with full fuel packs. They may be the best fuel pack on the market, but I'll have to change some things before they meet my needs.
August 24, 2006
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