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i put mine inbetween my center console and seat.

perfect for use IMO

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too bad my year dont have that :( I'm thinking about the A-pillar
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I have tried tried this, I just got the idea but what about in one of these 3 spots?
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those are all kinda weak spots....

If it were me, I would either stick it where I do, or on the little cubby thing on your door. I had mine there for a while...I am all about easy access if you know what I mean

I do live in south florida...
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lol, ya it was kinda an impule thought and I don't think really though it through, door spot would be good if I didnt have other stuff there.
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Mount it to your center console...but reinforce it. I reinforced my C pillar interior plastic using 1/8" steel plate on the back side when I bolted the clips on. Works great, and havn't seen a crack or anything like that yet.
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Please pics!
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re-inforcing is good...I like that.

maybe to the console like he said
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I have mine mounted on my driver side rocker panel plastic just below my seat.
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Maglite fits in jack cover cupholder with one Maglite clip above. Fire extinguisher replaces cupholder on the other side.

I really like thi idea, I doont think I woulda thought about this one. Thanks.
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I just found a place here that sells those Maglite holder clips. Before that it was only on the net, and I wasn't going to pay more in shipping then what they're worth...LOL

For the time being I have mine here:
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I like that spot..silver looks good too

Here is mine. I have a blue fire extingusher on the other side now

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Nice mod Bob. I have my fire extenguisher the same way, and a few flares tucked under the seat for emergencies.

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Here is mine...wish i had positioned it vertical instead though right in the middle...
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Where do you find the damn clips ? I can not find them!
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http://underdog-performance.com/id81.html

The website belongs to a member on here, Graniteguy
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Clips are also available at kittery trading post in maine
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I have mine on the hump right by the shifter, ill get some pics today or tommorow
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I decided not to mount my light anywhere. I put in on the floor between the drivers seat and the door molding. It slides a litle bit, but it is handy to have there.
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I decided not to mount my light anywhere. I put in on the floor between the drivers seat and the door molding. It slides a litle bit, but it is handy to have there.
thats how i had mine and after a while it got really anoying slidding around. on top of that when i opened my door the light would sometimes fall out. i broke down and spent the 5 bucks.
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thats how i had mine and after a while it got really anoying slidding around. on top of that when i opened my door the light would sometimes fall out. i broke down and spent the 5 bucks.
Where did you end up putting it?
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That's a good out of the way spot, but it is kind hard to get to if you are in a hurry.
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not really. just reach back and yank.
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I like where i ended up puttin mine, its easy to yank out when i need it quick and when i'm outside i can just open the door and pull it out too

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