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The M-Pac made by springtail.com bolts on the rear door. It takes roughly one hour to do the installation if you're fast and double that time if you're very slow and deliberate.



It's the place to put the stuff that you use all of the time if you don't want to unpack.

I have had my M-Pac on the FJ since October 07, use it continually and love it.

I like it so much that when Springtail announced the side M-Pac, I ordered that too because I was tired of keeping the PowerTank on the roof and pulling it down when I wanted to use it. The other rear power tank mounts I saw didn't impress me nearly as much as this one did.

It was better than I'd hoped.


The finished product. I like it -- A LOT --
 

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Kokopeli said:
Hi Larry..

What did you use to mount the chassis for the PowerTank to the side rack?
I used a FourTreks mount adapted to that purpose. Luke (at FourTreks) doesn't sell them for that purpose but I made it work. He sells them as a fuel tank mount.

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I have the same set up. The bracket that came with my power tank bolts right up to the MPAK with some fender washers on the back. Solid as a rock and nice to be able to store upright so can be used without removing from the rig.

These guys have put out too very high quality, well thought out products with excellent customer service. Definately one of my top experiences with a vendor.
 

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I finally got my M-pac ordered and installed today. I dig it. I have a bunch of first aid and survival equipment in my stuff. Thinking I might have to up the ante and get the side rack for my other stuff. We'll see where I stand after all my bills are paid here next week.

 
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