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Carry fuel, water, propane, first aid, recovery gear, etc. while utilizing an UltraTable™ on the UltraSwing™ with the SideHack™. The SideHack can mount Rotopax directly, in addition, you can mount a jerry can to the front of the SideHack using our new JerryRig™.
🔥 Safety is no accident 🔥 This should go without saying, but we don't advise putting a container full of fuel directly about your open flame camp stove. Personally, we've been big fans of keeping water close at hand, especially with our recent influx in fire danger here in California.
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
When I tell you that this is the right addition for your Ultraswing. I don’t have a ladder on my T4R (which I understand some people really have an aversion to), so I was carrying fuel and water rotopax on top of my rig. This until one day I smelled gas dripping through the leaky seal on my fuelpax. I was thrilled to get my SideHack so that I could store the fuelpax upright on the Ultraswing where (even if the ****** rotopax gaskets leak) the can was more accessible and it could do its job. I still keep rotopax mounts on my roof platform, but will only carry water there from now on. I also got the TrailPouch for the SideHack. I keep various sundries like garbage bags, assorted tools, and oh… ROTOPAX GASKETS in it. You know: Just in case :/ Get. The. SideHack. I still have room for an UltraTable (once I save up enough for it). You won’t be Hacked off!
So far so good. Mounted a jerry can for fuel to it. Looks great.
Easy install and setup. Added Rotopak and Jerry Can mounts. With a 37" spare the Jerry Can mount is TIGHT, still works but may not with all 37s and no way it'd work with anything larger. Probably the best shipping materials and packaging I've ever seen, you can tell it matters to them.
Easy to add
It's working well. 5 gallon gas can, a 2 gallon water rotopax, 33"mud terrain and my trasharoo full of wood this trip and it held everything fine.