Bought for putting gas can onto side of my off-road overland trailer, not for a Garvin roof or spare time rack. So custom mounting onto my trailer was needed, but easy to do. Key benefit for me, is that the overall design is the easiest to remove and replace the gas can. other designs have to lift the 45lb+ can up high and "out" of a bracket.
Will this holder fit the 5 gallon water can as shown in the picture?
Brinson from on
Yes this gas can holder will fit the 5 gallon water can as shown. It is designed to fit
Blitz, Wedco, Sceptor and many other 5 gallon container that are similar in size and shape to the Blitz style or GI style gas can.
would i be buying the entire rack system with both can holders and the basket? or just one can holder? the description is not clear.
Ryan from san diego on
Thank you for the question. The Garvin Industries Trail Rack Jerry Can Holder Part Number: GRV34100 is for just one Jerry Can Holder.
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