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RotopaX Gasoline Pack
  • RotopaX Gasoline Pack - 1 Gallon
  • RotopaX Gasoline Pack - 1.75 Gallon
  • RotopaX Gasoline Pack - 2 Gallon
  • RotopaX Gasoline Pack - 3 Gallon
  • RotopaX Gasoline Pack - 4 Gallon

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RotopaX Gasoline Pack

RotopaX Gas Packs are rotationally molded for superior strength and a leak-proof design that puts to shame traditional blow-molded carriers.  RotopaX have solid thick walls and extra threads with a sure-seal gasket, guaranteeing it will not leak or vibrate loose.  The rotational molded design strengthens construction and is made from colorfast materials, so they’re less prone to fading or wearing out. The RotopaX packs feel solid, like you could run them over with a truck, and they wouldn’t leak a drop.

RotopaX also attach to a wide array of OEM and after-market mounting brackets, and utilize their own RotopaX mounts for a tight and secure attachment wherever you decide to mount them.  The unique design of the packs and the mounts allows them to be stacked on top of the other for a lockable secure fit, even in the bumpiest of conditions.


  • ECO Spout turns around and stores inside of the gas pack and does not allow fuel to dispense until light pressure is applied against the tank being filled
  • Rotationally molded for increased strength and colorfast, leak-proof use
  • Solid thick walls and extra threads with a sure-seal gasket guarantee it will not leak or vibrate loose
  • Exclusive modular system design allows for flexible customization between multiple packs
  • Attaches to OEM and after-market mounting brackets
  • Utilizes own RotopaX mounting system for a lockable, stackable, secure mount of multiple packs


  • 1 Gallon - 9.5"L x 13.5"W x 3"H
  • 1.75 Gallon - 14"L x 15"W x 3.5"H
  • 2 Gallon - 18.5"L x 13.5"W x 3"H
  • 3 Gallon - 15"L x 16"W x 4.5"H
  • 4 Gallon - 34.5"L x 13.25"W x 3"H


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RotopaX Gasoline Pack 4.8 5 19 19
Great spare gas container! Excellent container though a bit costly. Bottom line is it does not leak, period. Just completed a 6K trip to AK without a drop spilled. Did not use the attachment system at all as I just attached it to the outside of a bag I was carrying. Came in a handy a couple times when I did not feel like taking the time to do a full gas stop, gave me enough to make next major town. Also, lots of peace of mind when the reserve light comes on! Did not have any issues with the spout or pouring. September 21, 2015
Eco spout is garbage I would like to give this a higher rating. However, despite the can itself being well constructed and versatile in terms of storage options; the included Eco Spout is absolute garbage. It's nothing more than an overly complicated device that makes what can be a frustrating experience (out of gas on the roadside) an even more frustrating time. The Eco Spout must be unlocked and held with one hand while using the other to hold and pour the gas canister. Add to this, mine leaked like a faucet from the base no matter how many times I readjusted the spout and seal or tightened down the ring that holds it in place. This is my second Rotopax can. (3 gal and 1gal) And the 1st can's spout lock broke before I could use it once. If considering the price of these cans, just remember you'll be spending another $10 for a replacement spout. I recommend an old fashioned self venting style. Simple and reliable. And you won't be spilling gasoline on the ground or on your bike. August 13, 2015
Best way to carry extra fuel. I just got back from a ride into the wilderness of Nevada and it was sure nice to have the extra fuel (gas stations are few and far between). With the RotopaX LOX Pack Mount it secures nicely with the water pack to the tail rack of my Husky TR650 (see picture). June 29, 2015
Mobile Gas can, Only one on the market!! I have tried many ways of carrying gasoline on a motorcycle. Short of drinking it and spitting it back out in the tank when needed, this is the least intrusive way of doing it. 3 gallons of Gas, in a neat flat package that mounts easily on almost any bike. I have a G650GS and I mounted this can on the L-Bracket made by Rotopax. I bought it and the lock pax here on revzilla and love the finished look it has. If you expect to travel for any distance and want the peace of mind that some extra milage between fill ups gives you, this is the least expensive and cleanest way to do it. Do not try anything else, you will end up with a Rotopax and regret all the money you wasted on the other stuff. June 22, 2015
Quality and versatility. Besides being very safe it's also very versatile and easy to addapt to the bike and to the rest of the load. May 26, 2015
Excellent so far. I haven't actually used this yet. However it is mounted on my GS, full of gas, and I will be leaving for a 12k mile trip to AK tomorrow. May 25, 2015
fast shipping Rotopax fuel cans are great hands down. .I got mine in less then Two days. Having it shipped from a closer distributor (west coast) I got the product very fast. May 15, 2015
Great product to provide extra fuel option. Using the Rotopax for extra fuel on my KTM 690 Enduro and it is an easy method to do so. Fits on the side of my rear rack under my soft luggage. I have had no issues and are very satisfied. May 6, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Tye M: Bought this for my James Bay road trip. Glad I had it! 318km to gas station. Sep 26, 2015
John C: Nevada and Utah are big states with long stretches of highway with few gas stations on them. Sep 3, 2015
Jari W: The one gallon was smaller than I thought. I like having the security of .75 gal more fuel. I'm heading to an area with very few gas stations. Aug 21, 2015
Jim c: I wanted to carry more gas? Jul 23, 2015
Marty B: Good reviews Jul 18, 2015
Larry B: Will fit in my hydration/tool back pack and has good leak protection. Jul 2, 2015
Duane C: I ride a KLR 600 and have gas tank envy. This product comes highly recommended by multiple riders on ADV rider and gives me the fuel range I need for desert travel. Jul 1, 2015
Lars T: Back up for long distance tour on Vespa GTS250ie. Jun 2, 2015
John W: I am planning a long trip into the desert Southwest and gas may be scarce in places. May 4, 2015
T W: I'm using a Pelican case as a top box on the back rack of my 1190. This mounts perfectly on the lid, giving me some extra peace of mind, and/or allowing the wife's bike (with a smaller tank/range) to be about the same as mine. Apr 21, 2015
James G: Needed a little piece of mind while cruising the BRP this summer. Apr 7, 2015
frank r: to put it behine seat in sidecar Apr 3, 2015
David C: To carry gas. Mar 19, 2015
Billie W: just the right size for my atv, and i can mount it anywhere Aug 5, 2014
michael b: needed increase capacity on on BMW G450X Aug 3, 2014
Todd W: In preparation for a 5,000 mile trip on my Yamaha R1, I decided having an extra gallon of fuel around was a wise move. I included this with my gear in case I wasn't close to a gas station. Easy to use, very rugged construction. Jul 29, 2014
javier r: size and mounting points Jul 27, 2014
Patrick C: My Sertao has a small-ish tank and I don't want to get stuck in Wrong Turn 5. Cool product and my AltRider luggage rack purchased at RevZilla is predrilled for a RotopaX mount. Too convenient. May 23, 2014
Martin G: This item keeps gas where it ought to be: away from all other items you carry. Safe. Secure. Handy. Win-win. May 2, 2014
Michael L: Needed a back up fuel source on 2 different 2 wheeled vehicles. Looks like a good option. Apr 14, 2014
Mike S: Good reviews Mar 25, 2014
Wendel M: When you are in some of these national parks and the fuel stations are too far apart just a little peace of mind.. Jan 10, 2014
A shopper asked: How do you lock/attach this to the bike?
2013 Triumph Tiger 800xc
Oct 4, 2013
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Benjamin G: To attach/lock to your bike you would need to purchase the rotopax lock mount which can be bolted to a rear cargo rack. Certain racks are sold with bolt holes designed to accept the rotopax mount. If you have an existing rack you can either drill holes or use the included mounting bracket that comes with the lock mount. Oct 5, 2013
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PETER B: go to root pax web site. they make a mount that fits the carrier/rack. it's bike specific. Oct 4, 2013
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Vic S asked: Would it be okay to mount a Nelson Rigg cl-1060 s tail bag on a roto-pax 1 gallon gas tank? Also would it be easy to do with the bag straps? Sep 22, 2015
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William N: I looked up what a Nelson Rigg tail bag is, and my search shows a bag that attaches to the rear seat of a motorcycle. I would presume that the tail bag would attach OK to the Gasoline Pack, but how are you going to secure the Gasoline Pack itself to your motorcycle??? The Gasoline Pack mounting hardware is not at all motorcycle friendly, as the mounting hardware needs a solid surface for attachment. I'm sure that you have some devious means of attaching the gas tank that I am overlooking. Good Luck. Sep 23, 2015
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Martin G: I am assuming you are NOT going to drill holes into the RotoPax container. The gas container is built pretty bomb-proof. If it is firmly attached to your bike, I would think anything you attach to it, would stay put.

I lock my gas container down with the locking mechanism through the center hole and it is very secure, especially since I put a small cloth between my rack and the container (on either side of the center hole) to give the set-up some compression.

Sep 22, 2015
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Tab H: Not sure. I mounted my dry bag across back section of my seat. I have two up rotopax 1 gallon cans on tail of my 990 Adventure. Sep 22, 2015
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Tab H: Not sure. I mounted my dry bag across back section of my seat. I have two up rotopax 1 gallon cans on tail of my 990 Adventure. Sep 22, 2015
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Jonathan C asked: I am hoping to strap a 2 gallon pack onto the pillion seat, are there any issues I should be aware of? Jun 3, 2015
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Martin G: One thing is that it won't leak unless something gets broken or left open. Great gas can. I have it mounted with the Rotopax locking mechanism and have had zero issues. I do put a small rag between the can and the mounting plate/rack so there is just a tad of compression to hold it snug and cause no rubbing of paint scratching issues. Jun 3, 2015
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Eduardo Z: HI, I strap mine into my multistrada 1200 passenger seat and my top case and never had any issue, just find the way to strap it in a way that it won't move. Its kind of tricky since the rotopax handles are on one side and on the top but it is doable. Jun 3, 2015
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Neil M: I can't think of any other than it may be better to fit the correct bracket to lock the pack into place. It should be ok so long as it's well secured tho. Jun 3, 2015
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Brian N: I attached mine to a Altrider luggage rack on my tiger 800xc Jun 3, 2015
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Joshua B asked: I'm gonna buy it, but looking for advice on how to mount it to my bike. I've got an '01 CBR F4i, and a big tail bag for my bike. The cannister will fit on top of the soft luggage without issue, but what would be the best way to strap it down? Bungee cords? Tie down straps? Hard racks are not an option. Thanks! Jun 26, 2015
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sung j: Hey Joshua.
I used my Rotopax with soft luggage also, the Giant Loop Great Basin saddle bags.What I did was loosen the straps and placed it in between the bike seat and the bottom of the bag and then cinched the bag down.
I almost used straps/bungees. Just be sure it good and secure. But you probably already
Jun 26, 2015
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michael b: you want it at the Lowest point , should mount it under the soft bag Jul 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi. I have a 2013 Ducati Multistrada 1200S Touring. I am looking to get one of these 2 gallon units, but need a mount to allow it to fit at the rear - do they have one for my bike?
I want to have my Wolfman Dry duffel on top of it to protect it from the heat here in Australia.
Dec 1, 2014
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Neil M: I have the locking bracket fitted to a plate I fabricated to fit on my top box. Works great. There is a standard bracket which fits through the centeral slot and also one that can be locked. This bracket can be rivited or screwed to a plate or directly onto somewhere suitable on the bike,eg paniers/top box. Dec 2, 2014
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Jason A: Revzilla sent this questiin to me and I'd love to help, but I had my Rotopax on a DR.
I'm sure you've already looked on Rotopax, Ducati and Wolfman home sites.
Dec 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the four gallon RotoPax Gas Pack include mounting bracket(s) for a 2008 Polaris Sportsman 800 front or rear rack as part of the package?? Apr 9, 2015
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Neil M: I'm not sure if the gas pack is a deal that includes the RotoPax gas bottle and the bracket or not but I purchased the bottle and mounting bracket separately. There area few types of bracket, the standard one, a lockable one and also a lockable and standard one that can hold a number of the gas bottles. Apr 9, 2015
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