Well, technically everything is cargo space, so you have to put it some where. The lower bottle holder area on the drivers side access (clam shell) door could fit a smaller fire extinguisher. This is something i need to pick up as well.Where is the best place to mount a fire extinguisher in an FJ?
I'm looking for a place where the extinguisher would be readily accessable but wouldn't interfere with the driver/passengers or take up cargo space.
Here is where I mounted mine.
I made a solid bar and two billet mounts for tnegiet (who I think is now banned, atleast temporarily :mecry and that is what I used for a while as well. Mine has come off in anticipation of the new MPAC siderack.
I had them priced at $160 shipping included but the MPAC siderack may make these obsolete so I can budge on the price some on these last few if anyone is interested. There are solid 6061 aluminum, black anodized, and sturdy as can be, but you have to drill your own holes and mounting points etc. It's also up to to decide what you think is safe. It's your rig.
I really should get a bigger extinguisher, and knowing the crap that comes home on my clothes it should likely have a D rating. Mines a midsize ABC bling bling (chrome) sucker.
Dude... they are on SALE!What ever happened to the M-Pac side rack?
You want an ABC.What type is the best to get for vehicles (which could include gas and or electrical fires)
I am thinking about mounting one next to my CO2 tank in the rear of the FJ. This way i can mount a little bit larger one.
Dude... they are on SALE!
Come on man, I may take a while to get some products finalized, but I do eventually get them into production.
Then there are parts like the spare tire studs where only two of you guys have them besides me, because I am unsure of compatability with aftermarket wheels. I gotta get those up for sale, I only have about a hundred of them. I've got 50 oil caps turned too, but I want to be sure of alignment before I mill those. Enough of those stressful parts I'm sitting on:
Here is the link to the sideracks.
My favorite part is the mounts but that's just my machinist pride talkin'