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Re: Fire extinguishers (archive)

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Posted by Andrej Gaspari on December 22, 1999 at 12:52:35:

In Reply to: Fire extinguishers posted by mikem on December 22, 1999 at 07:53:31:

I've got an ABC mounted in the trunk of my 74. The supplied bracket needs 2 screws, for which I drilled holes in the diagonal support near the fuel filler. Looks fine, secure and out of the way, but I can get it fairly quickly. I couldn't find any place in the cabin where it was solidly mounted and unobtrusive (nothing worse than kicking the stupid thing every time you're in the car...)

: What are good sizes, types, and locations for extinguishers in the 2002? I don't need it to be prominently displayed like a racecar, just convenient to grab. I also don't want to scare the passengers by making thm look at an extinguisher for their whole ride.

: I currently have a small extinguisher (halon) that was sold by Black and Decker for kitchen use that I keep on the left side of the driver's seat behind the seat rail adjust lever, but it does not have a bracket.




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