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Old August 30th, 2015, 09:04 PM
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Fire extinguisher mount for a ST 90

Poking for ideas, something I can get to fast (behind the seats) that the girls won't trip over climbing out for school..

I have a 2.5 hand held one, and a 5lb Phoenix plumb in from an RSR but that seems over kill
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Old August 30th, 2015, 09:43 PM
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perfect.. thank you Joshua.. Pm'd on it
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I just lay mine on its side behind the front passenger seat.
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i keep a 5 pounder behind the drivers seat it does just fine
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I plan on getting one of these. You can rollbar or flat mount?
http://www.amazon.com/Allstar-Perfor...e+extinguisher
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Drake make a nice fire extinguisher mount. IMO, most everything else is junk.
http://www.drakeautomotivegroup.com/...t.aspx?wid=141
http://www.amazon.com/Drake-Off-Road.../dp/B006VFR2LS
Shop around for t-bolt camps. Can be located for cheaper:
http://www.amazon.com/Drake-Off-Road...60_SR160%2C160_
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Ooooo, that's NICE!!

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Drake make a nice fire extinguisher mount. IMO, most everything else is junk.
Scott Drake Store - Accessories/Interior/Fire Extinguisher Mount
http://www.amazon.com/Drake-Off-Road.../dp/B006VFR2LS
Shop around for t-bolt camps. Can be located for cheaper:
http://www.amazon.com/Drake-Off-Road...60_SR160%2C160_
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I went with Brian's one..

Cottage Industry Strong!!

the drake one as my second choice...
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Old August 31st, 2015, 09:16 AM
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I went with Brian's one..

Cottage Industry Strong!!

the drake one as my second choice...
I like that. Cottage industry strong.
The Drake mount is approved by the NHRA. With five busted fingers, you could remove the extinguisher with a dislocated pinky and the extinguisher will fall into your mangled hand. And yes, the extinguisher will be there waiting to be used regardless of the situation.
https://www.youtube.com/results?sear...nguisher+mount
The Brey Krause mount is the cat's meow, but oh so pricy.
http://www.ogracing.com/brey-krause-...nguisher-mount
Lots of adapters for the Brey Krause mount.
http://www.ogracing.com/car/fire-sup...t=113&limit=32
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I keep one (5#) in the floor mounted to the bulkhead pass side, and one (2.5#) on the B roll bar- one may not be enough!
Funny, but none in the diesels...
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Old August 31st, 2015, 09:51 AM
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I brought in an early 80's 110 in once that had a factory hanger for a 5lb'r in the back which looked great. I've never seen another like it and wished I'd taken it for my own 110.
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I like these-
Quick release fire extinguisher mount

Axia Alloys Quick Release Fire Extinguisher Mount w/ Extinguisher :: Kartek Off Road Parts & Accessories

Or

Griggs Racing Products
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i think i'm going to quick fist a 5lb one to the troy box in the back too... since there is room between it and the speaker that can't fit much on the right side (left side is the one the girls use to climb over the seat.)
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