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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-25-2019, 02:01 PM Thread Starter
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What Is Your Fire Extinguisher Set Up?

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On the tunnel? In the trunk? Images would be great to see.
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In front of the passenger seat. Easy to reach and not bothering at all. I would not put it in the trunk, you might not have the time to get it....




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When I'm driving it's in the rear passenger foot well.
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Small but period correct (legal to own and use but illegal to refill)
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Mounting bracket attached to the front passenger seat frame.

Easily within reach.

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Mounting bracket attached to the front passenger seat frame.

Easily within reach.

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Mounting bracket attached to the front passenger seat frame.

Easily within reach.

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Where did you buy that bracket?
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When I'm driving it's in the rear passenger foot well.
Hopefully it's secured. I'd hate to have a loose fire extinguisher fly around and hit me in my head in a crash.

My mounting bracket is bolted to a down tube. Damn pic is rotated 90° ccw.
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Mounting bracket attached to the front passenger seat frame.

Easily within reach.

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Where did you buy that bracket?
Summit Racing

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Element E50 in the glove box

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Fire Extinguisher

Mounted mine on the edge of the fold down rear seat right above the trans tunnel (I keep the seat down with the spare tire on top, I like the GT350 look). Had some flat aluminum stock that I welded as a mounting bracket.
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Element E50 in the glove box
I forgot about these. Thanks for reminder...also saw them on the Leno YouTube Channel.
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