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Assault Quick Release Fire Extinguisher Mount
Assault Quick Release Fire Extinguisher Mount
Assault Industries has designed and manufactured a quick release fire extinguisher mounting system for use on UTV’s, Side X Sides, and Jeeps. This durable, affordable and race proven quick release fire extinguisher mount is made out of 6061-T6 aluminum and then anodized back. When it comes to functionality, the single-pin design makes for quick and easy access.

Features & Benefits

  • Light weight, proven design 
  • Made from Aircraft aluminum 
  • Simple to use and Releases with one pull of a Pin 
  • Rattle free design 
  • Bar mounts are manufactured from our proven Clamp design 
  • Kidde Fire Extinguisher included 
  • Tested by our sponsored racers with no failures or loss of fire extinguisher 
  • Fits any 1.75” and 2” bar 
  • American made 

You can purchase the Assault Industries, Fire extinguishers from any of our authorized dealers or you can reach us direct at 714.799.6711. For more information, go to www.assaultind.com or follow them on Facebook at www.facebook.com/assaultutv

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