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Old 03-25-2011, 03:20 PM   #1
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Blitz 5gal jerry can mount location?????

i have a 5 gal blitz jerry can holder and a 5 gal scepter gas can that i want to mount in my bed. im gonna drill holes and bolt it in, but just curious to see where you all have mounted yours.

here is what im talking about for those of you who do not know....

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i wouldnt drill holes in the bed they might rust
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Old 03-25-2011, 03:30 PM   #3
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i wouldnt drill holes in the bed they might rust
ok well i would drill holes, and paint over them. i dont care what you would do. your always coming into other peoples posts and sayin stupid shit about what you would or wouldnt do, with useless information.

do me a favor, stay outta my damn posts cause you are useless
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Old 03-25-2011, 03:31 PM   #4
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I've thought about the same thing, I was thinking right rear of the bed. Mostly because I dont want any more weight on the drivers side contributing to the "taco lean". I tend to put all my light stuff on the drivers side. The rear so you can open up the tailgate and have the gas right there. (I guess it all depends on how high up the gas is on your priorties....do you need to get to it quick and easy, or do you mind jumping in the bed and getting it from a hard to reach location.)
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do you need to get to it quick and easy, or do you mind jumping in the bed and getting it from a hard to reach location.)
doesnt really matter to me, just kinda looking for pictures of anyone who has installed this carrier successfully and if they used back plates, where to and where not to drill, ect.
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ok well i would drill holes, and paint over them. i dont care what you would do. your always coming into other peoples posts and sayin stupid shit about what you would or wouldnt do, with useless information.

do me a favor, stay outta my damn posts cause you are useless
Lol

DD , check out bjmoose's thread
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ok well i would drill holes, and paint over them. i dont care what you would do. your always coming into other peoples posts and sayin stupid shit about what you would or wouldnt do, with useless information.

do me a favor, stay outta my damn posts cause you are useless

all that and you thought i was serious?

oh by the way your bed is composite so it's not gonna rust
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all that and you thought i was serious?

oh by the way your bed is composite so it's not gonna rust
like i said, useless information. go troll somewhere else dude, you are a waste of time
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Lol

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ya i did already. just curious on areas of where not to drill, dont want to hit anything i shouldnt with a drill bit haha
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like i said, useless information. go troll somewhere else dude, you are a waste of time
you are sir...(long ago and i let it go)

the first person to give me shit on here.

im not constipated and i still dont give a shit

so go take that jerrry can and jerry rig it in there you will not hit anything besides the inside of the bedside or the backside of the cab
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Old 03-25-2011, 04:12 PM   #12
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you will not hit anything besides the inside of the bedside or the backside of the cab
that is the first piece of useful info i have EVER seen you say. either way, like i said before, dont post in my threads anymore cause i really dont like you. not wanting to cause problems so i find it easier if i dont see your name anywheres near mine again
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Right side of the bed makes sense to me. Sorry but i don't know if there is anything to hit with a drill bit, but i was wondering where you picked up the jerry can mount? Trying to prep my yota coma for a trip on the ALCAN and extra gas sounds like a good idea
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Right side of the bed makes sense to me. Sorry but i don't know if there is anything to hit with a drill bit, but i was wondering where you picked up the jerry can mount? Trying to prep my yota coma for a trip on the ALCAN and extra gas sounds like a good idea
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anyone installed one of these? pics please?
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Do you have a tool box? Maybe you could mount it to the tool box either on the side if you have room or to the front of it that way you drill holes into the tool box and not into your bed.
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You can mount it anywhere on sides of beds and not hit anything....also when mounting it use rivits to mount the base....rivits worked well for me when I mounted my fire extinguisher in the back of bed
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You can mount it anywhere on sides of beds and not hit anything....also when mounting it use rivits to mount the base....rivits worked well for me when I mounted my fire extinguisher in the back of bed
ya but i dont think rivets will hold a 5 gal gas can very well. 5 gal weighs around 50lbs so i think bolts are a better option. anybody with pics?
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