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    Tourtech Panniers

    Looking for advice on good set-ups for caring stove fuel canisters on my Tourtech Zega cases.
    Thanks

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    Bicycle water bottle cages work quite well. I use mine for gas, not camp stove fuel.

    http://www.snafu.org/pics/r1200gs/2007/0823-msrgas/ shows how I did this:


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    Telebeamer,
    Headed out to get a 2 Bottle set-up for my OEM Adventure panniers today. Here are a couple of options for you as I was just on the Touratech site http://www.touratech-usa.com/:



    This set-up mounts to your panniers: Double Bottle Holder for 0.5L Bottles, Part Number: 070-0525
    http://www.touratech-usa.com/Store/1...r-0-5L-Bottles



    Base plate mounts to panniers and allows different accessory holders to be attached and locked into place: Zega Pro - Base Plate for Bottle/Accessory Holder, Part Number: 050-0830 http://www.touratech-usa.com/Store/P...essory-Holders



    Zega Pro - Double Bottle holder (fits base plate 050-0830), Part Number: 050-0852 http://www.touratech-usa.com/Store/P...plate-050-0830

    Hope this helps you out.
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    Pannier Fuel Storage ideas

    Thanks for the input. The water bottle cages idea is brilliant. I think I will give that a try.
    Thanks
    Mark

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    marchyman, I'm a little curious about the "cage" set-up. I know how my old Krausers have worn where they fit on their frames; one spot in particular is becoming rather thin.

    Have you had your bottles in these cages long enough for any abrasion to start showing up?
    "It is what you discover, after you know it all, that counts." _ John Wooden

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