Toyota Landcruiser 70 Series Fire Extinguisher Mounting Bracket Drivers & Passenger Side

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Toyota Landcruiser 70 Series Fire Extinguisher Mounting Bracket Drivers & Passenger Side

Protect Your Toyota Landcruiser 70 Series with Svnty6 Fab Fire Extinguisher Mounting Brackets 

If you’re lucky enough to own a Toyota Landcruiser 70 series, you don’t have to read the news to know how valuable your rig is. But let me ask you this, how protected is your 4WD in the unexpected event of a fire? 

Everyone knows we need at least one fire extinguisher in our 4WD, but is that enough!? If you’re a crack shot under pressure, your ‘one and only’ 1kg fire extinguisher is great. But if you miss, you’re up sh#t creek! So let's agree two fire extinguishers are the safer bet.

Okay now I know what you may be thinking, “Great, drop another $70.00 on rubbish I am probably never going to use. Then I have to deal with the massive inconvenience of mounting both fire extinguishers.” 

Fire Extinguishers Do Not Mount Themselves 

That’s really what it’s about, the hassle of mounting your fire extinguishers. That’s why so many leave their valuable Toyota Landcruisers and 4WDs unprotected against fire. In the past, fire extinguishers have been a royal pain in the ass to mount. Not to mention they’re ugly, rattle & have a limited shelf life. 

But there’s one massive incentive to keep fire extinguishers in your rig. To ensure your home job dual battery system doesn’t light up and turn your 4x4 into a hot box. That’s not a fun place to find yourself in and seriously, it happens more than you think!

But Mounting A Fire Extinguisher Doesn’t Have To Be Difficult! 

So what's the solution? Don't be silly, get two fire extinguishers + two Svnty6 Fab Fire Extinguisher Brackets to keep your rig tidy and protected! 

We’ve taken the guesswork out of installing your fire extinguishers into 4WDs. Now it’s super easy with Svnty6 Fab Fire Extinguisher Brackets. These brackets also remove that annoying rattle that can occur with unsecured fire extinguishers on bumpy roads. Plus, with a matte black powder coating our Fire Extinguisher Brackets will look sleek inside your rig. 

For your protection, Svtny6 Fab have designed fire extinguisher brackets for both the driver and passenger sides. So that in the event of an emergency your fire extinguishers will be easily accessible from either side of your 4x4 for a quicker response.

We Know Svnty6 Fab Fire Extinguisher Brackets Are Great & So Does Pete At 4WD Adventures…

You don’t have to take our word for it, head over to 4WDAdventures.com for an honest review on Svnty6 Fab fire extinguisher brackets. Pete, from 4WD Adventures, reviews the brackets, provides installation guides and pretty pictures of the brackets in action! 

Whilst you’re on his page, it’s worth looking around at Pete’s collection of product reviews, 4WD locations, road trip recipes and a huge amount of information on Toyota 76 Series Landcruiser's.

Best Of All, Svnty6 Fab Brackets Are Australian Made.

Our fire extinguisher brackets feature:

  • 2mm 304 stainless steel construction, coated in a hardwearing texture black powder coat.
  • CNC laser cut and folded right here in Brisbane Australia.
  • AutoCAD designed = Easy fitment, strength, style and versatile.
  • Multiple/universal mounting points makes mounting most Fire Extinguisher brands simple.
  • Mounting points for FIRE ONE First Response fire extinguishers. 
  • Tour ready, tested by us and 4WD Adventurer.
  • Did we mention 100% Aussie made?!

Be Prepared For The Unexpected With Dual Fire Extinguisher Mounts For Your 4WD!

Svnty6 Fab Fire Extinguisher Brackets are easy to install and look great. If you’re the proud owner of a Toyota Landcruiser 79 dual cab or 76 wagon, it’s a no brainer! Protect your investment today with a couple of Svnty6 Fab Fire Extinguisher Brackets.

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Got any questions? You can shoot us an email at svnty6fab@gmail.com


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