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Not much is scarier on a ride when you look down and realize you've been riding on fumes! One would surely get me to the next gas station but I bought two because I often ride with a friend that doesn't quite think as far ahead as I do.
Great! very sturdy well made
Love the gas can, perfect fit for bags
Fits nicely in any of my four different saddlebags. Both modern and vintage.
fits perfect. very durable. no leaks. fine item and price is very reasonable.
These ingenious "cans" fit Harley saddlebags and boost fuel onboard by about 40% -- whatta deal!!!
Allied Signal Posted:
Fits right inside my saddle bag and works great. Helped me twice on long rides.
fit in the bags perfect
Dah General Posted:
I liked the 1st gas can so much that I ordered another one. It's a solid can. Hard to believe it does hold a gallon of liquid for its size. It just looks small.
Road trip from N.Y. to N.C. with friends not everyone gets the same gas mileage handy to have.Fits perfectly inside saddle bags 12 SG
These gas cans are very convenient to use. The spout stores inside the can. Easy to use, just have rag handy to catch any spills. The cans fit perfectly in my saddlebags( I bought two!). Will be trying them out the end of August when I leave for Milwaukee.
Fits, works as intended.
giving peace of mind to to wife re: her 883's smaller tank
have not used it yet but sure like having it as we ride out in NV
I haven't needed it yet, but it's a great design and very substantial, even better than I was hoping
Doesn't leak, fits great, but makes your bag smell like gas, and everything in it. So I took it out about 2 months ago, still smells like it. Not that I mind alot...
Reda has out done themselves on this. Works great don't spill and fit perfect in the Mustang saddle bags I have, like they were custom made.
These are slick and fit in bagger hard bags perfectly. I have leather Boss Bags on my 03 FXDX and the cans fit well enough in those also.
Fits perfectly in bag good piece of mind on a long trip.
The can fits perfectly into therear of my 2011 H-D Streetglide bags, and leaves plenty of space for other articles. I feel better knowing that I'll have extra miles "in the can" if I really need them. Thanks J&P Cycles for a great product!!
Can is great. Fits well in the Road King Custom. Already saved a fellow rider out here in the desert of CA.
Handy on my long trips.
Perfect solution to reduce anxiety on running out of gas!
Been wanting one for awhile. Nice trip insurance.
This fit well in my 87 FLT hard bags, traveled well and came in handy, good piece of mind on the long open highway!!!
Didn't fit in heritage softail bags
it's so nice
Excellent idea to go the extra mile.
Never run out of gas!
just the right tool for a long back road trip!
I deal for me tks
Planing a trip from Ne. to the Grand Canyon in late May and just want some backup for fuel.
The can does not hold 1 gal. of gas as stated. I was filling it watching the pump for 1 gal. and about at .9 it over flowed.
it's a great can but it does not fit in the 70's era FLH hard saddlebags.
A must have if you ride long distances. Perfect fit. No smell or leaks in saddlebags. These cans did not drip one drop of fuel onto my bike while refueling, which I am extremely thankful for.
very handy, a little tight on heritage bags, but it does fit
The can is great, I bought two. I dont have to worry about long stretches of roads if I have enough gas or not. The cans fit perfect in my mustang bags and are out of the way.
Great Price! Great idea!
Gladly, I didn't need to use it on my trip to Sturgis this year, however it was a nice piece of mind that it was there if needed. It fit well into the saddlebag and I couldn't smell any hit of gasoline at all. Very good product.
Tim Elsen Posted:
I had the gas can as a back-up on a recent trip to Sturgis. It's well made, solid, and fit perfectly in my saddlebag. Having an extra source of fuel made for a great trip.
Good quality gas can. The bottom is flat and because the saddlebag is not, I have to place a towel underneath the can so it stills flat when I carry it. The first time I used it, it spilled gas inside the saddlebag. What caused this was the o-ring was not fitting properly. It fell out when I initially opened the top cover to fill the can, so obviously it didn't get back in where it was supposed to be. It took me a while to determine that the o-ring was slotted inside and was supposed to fit around the filler tube end and not placed inside the top cover which is where I put it when it fell out. It didn't arrive installed properly so maybe there should be instructions showing where the o-ring should be installed for old guys like me. Also, the can holds less than a full gallon.
i've been looking for something like this for a loooooong time.
Nice piece of mind on long road trips. No fumes or spillage in saddlebag. Matching bag fits all road tools with room to spare.
I bought two gas cans for a long trip (4300 miles). They fit well in my saddle bags and didn't take up too much room. Also, usually you get the smell of gasoline when you confine or store gas, but these gas cans don't reveal the smell of gas or leak. They are very durable and I'm pleased with the workmanship. Using them is very easy. I especially like the controled way the gas is confined in the can until you want to pour the gas into your tank. You just align with the green collar teeth with the black notches and slightly push down the can to release the gas. Such an ingenuous invention. I would recommend this can to anyone that travels alot. They are wonderful!
I was worried it wouldn't fit in my soft sided saddle bag since I think it is designed for a Harley bag. Works great for me though. I also took it on a car trip. It did not emit any fumes even though I went from sea level to 9000 feet.
Great item. I've already needed it and was glad I had it.
going to use it next week on our trip...feel safer knowing we have an extra gal of gas considering where we are going.
The gas can did its job already. It took a minute to figure out the lock/unlock process for the spout but its been happily carrying around a spare gallon for me and brothers. It doesn't leak and it fit nicely into the saddlebag rear.
What's to review? It's a gas can. It fits into the side bag as claimed and I didn't notice any fumes in the bag when I opened the lid.
good quality doesnt leak so far definately a good buy
Fits great. No gas smell be in saddle bag for 600 miles. Have not had to us it yet
This is my second one! Works well as long as you take care of the O-Ring.
THE REDA SADDLEBAG GAS CAN WAS JUST WHAT I HAD BEEN LOOKING FOR. THE NON-LEAK EASY TO USE DESIGN IS PERFECT A.C.P.
this is the best place to purchase this gas can,,,,
No more worry about distance and fuel!
Others thought it was a good idea and maybe ordering their own
I've been wanting to buy one of these for a couple of years now and the free shipping made it worth the while.
fits good in a saddlebag, can be bulky in some bags. looks like it will work good when needed.
Fits like a glove even with liners.
Very useful and hellpful! Thinking of getting another for myself and for my buddies. Fits very evenly in saddlebags and does exactly what it says!
This was just what I was looking for however, I thought they were quite pricy.
Very tough can: can withstand lots. I travel cross country and have almost run out of gas a number of times with gas stations few and far between. This can will be a life-saver in those circumstance and is shaped to fit snuggly out of the way.
very happy with performance no odor or spills
now the new 6 gallon tanks ain't got nothing on my scooter. I don't worry about comming up short.
I have not had to use this item, however it fits very nicely in the saddle bag with no smell of gas at any time.
built like a tank. nice knowing I had this going out west. money wise spent. dont smell gas in my bags either
Excellent product. Great service.
I haven't used it yet, but I think it is a great idea and can certainly come in handy in the middle of nowhere, being low on fuel.
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