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After months of waiting...I finally picked up my '15 Outlander 1000 Max XT. What a bike. Some real nice changes from the '06 that I used to have.

One thing though...for taking extra fuel...what are you guys doing? I had a Princess Auto gas caddy that easily mounted onto my '06 but I don't see anywhere that it would mount on to the '15.
 

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I have the rack extension on the front of my Max and just bungee a 10l can on there.

Just noticed you're in NL. Whereabouts?
 

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Hi Jamie .. I'm in CBS.
 

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you don't have a template by chance?

No I just winged it one day, I'm testing it out now to see if it works great
Basically start with a 1/4" aluminum plate 11-5/16" x 5" and then put a 1" brake on the one end, from there it's just putting the LINQ parts on where you need them and trimming excess material off
 

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I use ROTOPAX and their systems. Expensive, but would help if you run out of gas, or sell gas to your buddy's who didn't think ahead.....haha !! The 3 gallon one seems to be the best for just about any riding and packing other stuff too. It doesn't really take up a whole lotta space if you put it in the right spot.
 

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I also use the Rotopax fuel container and mount. I just finished puting my 4 gallon on the new 800. Using their base mount and existing voids in the rack I was able to avoid drilling any holes in the plastic as well.
 

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