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Old 11-11-2013, 03:25 AM   #331
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A= 2" and 3/4"
B= 2" and 3/16"
C= 2" and 9/16"

Sorry. I don't have a metric ruler. But these measurements are extremely close.
They might be a hair off.
Thanks mate! I don't need metric, I can just set my program to imperial and draw them. Could you just tell me the hole diameters to please? I forgot to ask before
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Old 11-11-2013, 08:27 AM   #332
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Thanks mate! I don't need metric, I can just set my program to imperial and draw them. Could you just tell me the hole diameters to please? I forgot to ask before
A= 4/16"
B= 5/16"
C= 6/16"

Again, these are rough measurements.
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Old 11-11-2013, 11:51 AM   #333
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A= 4/16"
B= 5/16"
C= 6/16"

Again, these are rough measurements.
Thanks again mate

Here is a preview of a rough model of the rack. Note the red line indicates 1gal rotopax can.
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Old 11-11-2013, 07:54 PM   #334
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Thanks again mate

Here is a preview of a rough model of the rack. Note the red line indicates 1gal rotopax can.
Looks good.
Link pics here when it's finished.
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Old 01-27-2014, 02:37 PM   #335
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RotoPax Discount Not Happening

Went to RotoPax website, registered, registration was confirmed, signed in, put 1.75 gallon and T handle in cart, typed "advrider" in for code and it was rejected.

Not once, but several times. Emailed and was informed there will be no discount for months to come. Boohoo. :(
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Old 01-27-2014, 03:30 PM   #336
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I warned about those guys many months ago after a bizarre experience just like yours. The product is great ... but this vendor in Utah is not on the level. STAY AWAY. Buy yours someplace else.
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Old 01-27-2014, 05:16 PM   #337
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I warned about those guys many months ago after a bizarre experience just like yours. The product is great ... but this vendor in Utah is not on the level. STAY AWAY. Buy yours someplace else.
My experience was not bizarre. The person I corresponded with just simply stated they had stopped honoring the "advrider" discount code.

In the past, their discounts have varied from 10-20%. Perhaps if their sales slow, they will reintroduce an "advrider" discount?

I live in hope.
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Old 01-27-2014, 05:54 PM   #338
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Went to RotoPax website, registered, registration was confirmed, signed in, put 1.75 gallon and T handle in cart, typed "advrider" in for code and it was rejected.

Not once, but several times. Emailed and was informed there will be no discount for months to come. Boohoo. :(
Try going here http://www.4wd.com/ and looking for what you want.
And before you check out, do a Google search for a coupon code there.
I saved more money on that web sight than if I had gone direct with RotoPax with an ADV discount.
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Old 01-28-2014, 06:57 AM   #339
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Try going here http://www.4wd.com/ and looking for what you want.
And before you check out, do a Google search for a coupon code there.
I saved more money on that web sight than if I had gone direct with RotoPax with an ADV discount.
Did not find any online discount coupons, BUT with PRICE MATCHING and FREE SHIPPING 4WD price would be the lowest price:

$54.95 for 1.75 gallon on RotoPax site, $64.99 on 4WD site
$16.99 for DLX T-Handle (Base Not Included)
$00.00 shipping
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$71.94 is way better than RotoPax website price + shipping

I'll follow up to confirm 4WD can price match.

Thank you.
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Old 01-28-2014, 04:24 PM   #340
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Did not find any online discount coupons, BUT with PRICE MATCHING and FREE SHIPPING 4WD price would be the lowest price:

$54.95 for 1.75 gallon on RotoPax site, $64.99 on 4WD site
$16.99 for DLX T-Handle (Base Not Included)
$00.00 shipping
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$71.94 is way better than RotoPax website price + shipping

I'll follow up to confirm 4WD can price match.

Thank you.
https://www.google.com/#q=4wd+coupon+code

I seen at least a 5% coupon code and there may be other codes.
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Old 03-21-2014, 10:55 AM   #341
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Rotopax (Great Outdoor Pro) assist / direction

Edited to update the contact has been made by the company to aid me in the exchange....
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Old 04-18-2014, 10:56 AM   #342
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Revzilla

FYI: On Revzilla internet site I just paid $74.95 for Rotopax with bracket. No shipping fee. No coupon. Best price I found without going to an inordinate amount of search and trouble.
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Old 05-23-2014, 12:30 AM   #343
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Lot of people say the 1.75 Gallon is better than the 2 Gallon one, why?

I got the 1.75 Gallon and yes I can fit in 2 Gallon but this one is actually wider than the 2 Gallon one, I believe less width is important plus the 2 Gallon one would be a true 2 Gallon.
I`m looking into buying either another 1.75 Gallon or the 2 Gallon one, why should I go with the 1.75 Gallon version?
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