No responses to your question means people don't want to break the sad news to you. I am writing as a condolence to your loss as a fellow traveler. There's not much chance of finding a Dragonfly fuel bottle replacement in Latin America. You might luck into a small metal bottle with the same thread pattern as the dragonfly though. Not sure if the threaded cap with the o-ring seal survived the thump-thumping of the truck, but it will act as a pattern for testing.
It is so depressing when things fall off your bike on a long tour. I remember riding through Oaxaca years ago and the villagers were waving rather frantically at me and pointing at the right side of my bike. I thought they were being friendly and were glad to see me until miles later I noticed my right pannier had popped open and dumped everything out many miles ago. A thousand speedbumps had finally taken its toll on the old beemer bag latches. I still smile when I imagine a little Oaxacan woman picking up a heated vest on the side of the road and wondering what the hell that coiled cord was for. I secured the bag lids with straps after that.
Last edited by John Downs; 2 Mar 2012 at 17:02.