Sweet rig. What side steps/rock rails are those?I take my TrailRax mount with the 4gal Rotopax attached on all my runs, including trails with branches smacking it left and right. It sits really close to the window which prevents anything from getting jammed in between. Despite taking a beating, the mount doesn’t budge at all and has held up perfectly
i just leave mine on the jeep (I take the Rotopax off)….. that way, I never see any dullness! LolI have used them for water and diesel on my 2020 Rubicon diesel for 2 years. There is no better way to carry extra diesel and water on Jeep Wrangler. I did do my research before I bought them. The only thing I found is that during wheeling in dusty mountains of Colorado dust got under rubber bumpers that are in contact with jeep hardtop. Vibration of the dusty rubber bumper made a 1" round dull imprint on the paint. Now I place piece teflon adhesive tape over the spot where bumper touches the paint. It is no big deal but If I can avoid it i do.
I ordered the fuelpax and it did require me to get different Rotopax mounts. The ones that came with the fuelpax have a base that just did not fit the Trailrax rails without drilling into them.Were you able to get the fuelpax mounts to attach? I had to get another set of rotopax to get it to mount to these.
I'd love to see how you've mounted the recovery boards on the passenger side of your JLU. I'm trying to sort out mounting mien to the Trailrax. Thank you in advance to anyone with feedback on best methods for this.I ordered the fuelpax and it did require me to get different Rotopax mounts. The ones that came with the fuelpax have a base that just did not fit the Trailrax rails without drilling into them.
We have had one customer put 2x 2 gallon rotopax vertical next to each other. If we find the picture we will be sure to PM it or drop it in this thread.Can (2) 2.5 gals be mounted vertically next to each other?
I could swear I've seen it done but now can't seem to find a single example?