|Topic Review (Newest First)|
|03-26-2017 08:41 AM|
Originally Posted by Damocles View Post
I really wanted it in the tube and find a place to "hide" it. Looks like "hiding" it may be an issue.
I wish my Versys had a reserve like the KLR's do. I do have a gas gauge but I have to learn to watch it. On the KLR, I never worried because I could always turn the valve and go get fuel.
|03-25-2017 04:49 PM|
Depends on the size of your holder. Google will help you find fuel bottles then view their specs.
Here is a 30 oz aluminum fuel bottle with 3 x 11 inches dimensions. Is your holder big enough?
|03-25-2017 01:04 PM|
|Damocles||MSR has fuel bottles; don't know if they'd fit inside a tractor manual canister or not . . . or your particular tool tube . . .why not get BRACKETS for the fuel containers?|
|03-24-2017 09:44 AM|
|pdwestman||I would suggest from backpack, climbing, bicycle, camping supply section of stores which sell alcohol stoves or Colman stoves and lanterns would have Aluminum fuel bottles.|
|03-24-2017 09:11 AM|
I've got one of those plastic screw on lid tubes that hold tractor owners manuals and I need to know where I can get a fuel bottle that fits inside it. Anybody know?