Adventure Trailers’ fuel / water can holders were designed under the premise that not all can holders are created equal. Made from 0.125” thick, clear anodized aluminum, these can holders are rugged enough to handle any of the elements that Mother Nature might dish out while on a weekend trip or cross-country excursion.[Not a valid template]
What impressed me most with AT’s can holder system is the durability and attention to detail. The use of 0.125” thick, clear anodized aluminum, along with the anodized aluminum straps for holding the cans in place, was fabricated in such a way that not only provides functional use with nearly any setup but also provides a very aesthetically pleasing gear item. I can’t say how many nice comments I’ve gotten from fellow Jeepers who have told me that these can holders look super cool, and their durability in the field has been incomparable as we’ve bumped and jumped over rough terrain without a single rattle or movement.
AT designed these can holders knowing that different applications would call for different mounting needs, and those needs were answered with the pre-drilled holes provided within each can holder. You can mount each can holder separately, according to your setup, or they can be mounted side-by-side.
Another nice feature is the connection at the top of each can holder for the strap that works not only as a mechanism for containing each can within the holder but also provides a pre-drilled hole for use of a padlock to secure the cans in place. Unless someone either attempts to steal the carrier that these can holders are mounted on, or attempts to steal the vehicle itself, these can holders aren’t going anywhere. Did I mention that these can holders are rugged enough to take on any elements they encounter? From rough off-highway trails to windy desert settings, these can holders don’t flinch when Mother Nature beckons.
It’s hard to find anything faulty about AT’s can holders unless cost is a concern. Each can holder costs $99 in an aluminum version but in our opinion, this isn’t really a “con” because everything AT builds is absolutely of the highest quality and the old adage, “You get what you pay for” is certainly true, especially in the off-road industry.
Overall, I can’t say enough about the quality that AT put into these can holders. I would recommend them without a question to anyone in need of a durable, rugged, and effective setup for providing fuel / water support on their next adventure. They worked tremendously under extreme driving conditions, were easy to mount, and look cool. What else could you ask for?!
– For more information about Adventure Trailers and their products, check out our interview with Martyn Davies of AT by clicking here
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