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Mount for 4lb or 5lb fire extinguisher

I know there have been quite a few threads about fire extinguishers and mounts. However, most of them discuss mounting the smaller 1 or 2.5 lbs units. My work is requiring that all project managers that use their vehicles to travel to job sites to carry 4 or 5 lb ABC fire extinguishers. So I am looking for a good mount and mounting location for a 4 or 5 lb fire extinguisher.

Any ideas or recommendations?

Would something like the power tank bracket work? Other similar products?

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post #2 of 8 Old 03-09-2015, 11:44 AM
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Why not one of these then mount it to the roll bar.

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This one IMO better less chance of tank becoming a projectile..
http://www.zoro.com/i/G2522073/

If you would rather have a 10lb tank I have a new Kidde bracket #366242

Here is one mounted in my /11

I used a larger one for my C02 tank
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CTPerformance - is that springtails rack that the extinguisher is mounted to, or is it mounted to the floor?

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CTPerformance - how did you mount the one on your roll bar? Did you just use some worm clamps?
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Yes its a springtail..great products.
The larger mount for the C02..I used a roll bar clamp from Power Tank..I just don't like their tank mounts.

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Nice old school Power Tank CT Perf!

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I used the PowerTank mount for that size tank and mounted it with their roll bar clamps to my Poison Spyder C Pillar. Sturdy, but not without issues.

You could do it on the down tube of the roll bar if you run a hard top. Pretty sure the bows for a soft top would cause issues. I run both tops, so this was my solution.

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