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Advice please. I’ve been googin how to attach a rotopax to a cyclerack. I just ordered a cyclerack. Can I get any advice on how to attach a rotopax to the top? Never used one before. I don’t think I want one on the side. Also not sure where to get one of those tubes I see on the side. I can’t seem to find what to get. Thank you.
 

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you will need one of these https://rotopax.com/fuelpax-dlx-pack-mounts-clone-.html
If you want it at a 90 degree position from your rack https://rotopax.com/l-bracket.html?category_id=7
If you want it flat https://rotopax.com/single-mounting-plate.html?category_id=7
Or go to your favourite hardware store and buy a flat piece of aluminium or steel and drill your own holes.
For attaching whatever mount to the cycle rack, I use j-hook type bolts. You can also use U bolts. I am sure others will chime in on what they use.
 

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If you are talking about tool tubes there are options. I use 3 inch PVC, approx. 16 inch long. Hold a fair amount of tools and stuff. I use metal straps for fastening.
 

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Agri-Supply is the carrier for the purpose-built tool tubes. They list them as being for operators' manuals. A simple solution for the fuel is a plate with some U bolts holding it to the rack, then the Rotopax mount bolted to your plate. Maybe use some rubber on your U bolts and between your plate and rack. They make locking mounts if you'd like the security. I've heard of folks using quick-release TV brackets for top boxes on their Cyclerack so that may be an option as well.
 
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