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    Lod jerry can holders

    Brand new in box gen 3 gas can holders for the lod tire carrier. Got these as a replacement and going a different route.

    Would like to sell for $170 shipped. I know it's what they go for new and free shipping. It'll cost around 30-40 to ship.

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    Nothing but a Thing Mybadjk's Avatar
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    Anyone interested?


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    I was considering doing 1 side Rotopax and the other a traditional can carrier (if that will fit on a door linked tire carrier w a 40" tire on it - all hypotheticals there). I don't want to low ball you, but one of them might be of use if you end up stuck with the items. Let me know if there's no bites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdrockTT View Post
    I was considering doing 1 side Rotopax and the other a traditional can carrier (if that will fit on a door linked tire carrier w a 40" tire on it - all hypotheticals there). I don't want to low ball you, but one of them might be of use if you end up stuck with the items. Let me know if there's no bites.
    Only a local guy looking to weld them on. I don't think they'll fit with a 40" if you're using an lod tire carrier. I think lod recommends a 37". Mine was pretty close. IMG_0973.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mybadjk View Post
    Only a local guy looking to weld them on. I don't think they'll fit with a 40" if you're using an lod tire carrier. I think lod recommends a 37". Mine was pretty close. ]
    Thanks for the pics. I think I'll pass and have to come up with another solution. With as tight as that is on a 37" spare, there's no way that'll clear a 40"! Appreciate the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AdrockTT View Post
    Thanks for the pics. I think I'll pass and have to come up with another solution. With as tight as that is on a 37" spare, there's no way that'll clear a 40"! Appreciate the info.
    No problem man. Yeah it's tight.


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    Will this work on a destroyer tire carrier?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3dpilot View Post
    Will this work on a destroyer tire carrier?

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    I don't believe so. Looking on lod site the destroyer mount uses three bolts.

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    Still available. Make an offer.


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