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RotopaX 1-Gallon Water pack


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Hitting the desert or a war-torn nuclear wasteland where water is in short supply? Then RotopaX 1 gallon water container (white) is a must have. Designed to quickly lock to your ride and just as easily be removed. Don't leave home for that adventure ride without one.

  • Capacity:1 gallon
  • Dimensions: 9 1/2 L x 13 1/4 W x 3 H
  • WATER PACKS Can be put in the freezer for ice cold water all day long!
  • NEW AND IMPROVED SPOUT! The water pack is supplied with a yellow self-breathing flex spout for that easy por when you need to get the radioactive waste off quickly!
  • COLOR: White. Helps to avoid confusing water from the RotopaX Fuel Bottle which is red.

Mounting Assemblies Sold Separately - see Related Products.
Customer Reviews
Review by abowie
The water Rotopax is exactly what I expected and I'm happy with the purchase. One small complaint, This item arrived "dirty" it kinda looked like it had been dragged around in some dirt. Not a big deal after all it is going on a dirt bike, however, when I buy something new I like to be the one to get it dirty...... (Posted on 16-02-06)
Review by Rexermoto
Bought this for a trip to Canyonlands in Moab. Worked great, really takes a beating. Nice to have water when there is none to be found. (Posted on 16-01-25)
Review by Jeff
I have two pack mounts on the underside of each of my zega pro boxes by touratech. I reinforced the inside of the box with the extra mounting plate. I mounted them below my boxes to keep the center of gravity as low as possible. Also, I typically have dry bags strapped to the tops of the boxes. The entire Roto Pack system is very well made - you won't be disappointed. I've also purchased the extenders so I can have two gallons on each side. My buddies tell me that in hard leans I'm already using my clearance, so another 3 inches lower might scrape - we'll see. These packs are ez to get on and off, no tools, and they do not leak. I ride the '12 Tiger Explorer (Posted on 13-02-12)
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