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did mine today. maglite almost matches the seats i have in my stx. here's to hoping i can find the right color red so i can spray paint my cup holders.

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i know that this is an old thread but...
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Nice one brice. Whats that made of? totally homemade? I want to mount my mag but i dont want to do the a-pilar. Anyone else got pics of non-a-pilar mounting?
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angle iron that i had lying around at work.
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I put all of my stuff in the back. I do like the cupholder idea, though. I wish I had seen that before I mounted my safety equipment.

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Wow where have I been, I just found this thread yesterday, and today I went to get the clips. Guess I will out trying to find a good spot, in the Ranger and the Grand Marquis. For as much driving as I do at night, this is a great idea. Oh and by the way, when looking for the Monting clips I had to get some .308 brass and primers anyway, so I went to my local Sportsmans Warehouse, they had clips for all the different size flash lights. Other wise I would think any other sportsmans type store would have them too.
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i have my 6D mounted in the bed and a smaller 3D in the cab (need another set of mounts so i can mount the small one between the door and the driver seat.)

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man you guys must love flahslight
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man you guys must love flahslight
lol was thinking the same thing. I use a headlamp to keep my hands free.

only thing mags are good for a beating people with
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I bought my brackets last year and just got around to it:[IMG][/IMG]installing
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I removed the oh **** handle on the drivers side A pillar and used the same bolts on the mounts. Only drawback is I have to take off the light to pull the visor down but I never use it anyways so it doesn't bother me.
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I removed the oh **** handle on the drivers side A pillar and used the same bolts on the mounts. Only drawback is I have to take off the light to pull the visor down but I never use it anyways so it doesn't bother me.
I did the same exact thing and have the same problem lol
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hey do the grab handles on the 06+ still have the peel back areas and a Phillips head under it?
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hey do the grab handles on the 06+ still have the peel back areas and a Phillips head under it?
Mine's an 07 and it sure did. I used them in the mounts and stuck some double sided tape on the back to hold the side without the screw in it.
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To the ppl who mounted their maglite where the grab bar is...

Are you concerned that somebody may walk by and see your fancy shiny maglite and think, hey, I want that and break your window out for it? - after all, these aren't cheap flashlights.

I got the mounts, and was going to mount mine here, but that concern came up. I currently have it wedged down on the floor between my center consol and the drivers seat.
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For all Canadians out there, I bought a MagLite today at WalMart for $29.95, it's a MagLite 3D. This is the best price I could find in a store, unless you want to pay ridiculous shipping prices.

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I know that a lot of people asked about the mounting brackets for a Maglite flashlight, but this guy on ebay has some to buy.

http://cgi.ebay.ca/2-Maglite-Wall-Mo...QQcmdZViewItem
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Old 06-23-2008
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Well looking at this old thread, I noticed that no pictures of where I have mine mounted. So, here you go:
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Thanks for bumping it! Nice seats btw.

Here's my updated pics....

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Brackets

I got my brackets at Sam's club with the 4d light for twenty bucks. I've also seen the brackets only at Bass Pro. Mounted mine just inside the door in the back, stays out the way and has easy access.
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I mounted mine here.... [IMG]382120-R1-024-10A_012[/IMG]
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I mounted mine here....
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