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Old 02-08-2014, 03:25 PM
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Hello does anyone know anything about this mounting bracket. I think it is for a siren. We are cleaning out the garage and came across it. Thanks
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Old 02-08-2014, 04:48 PM
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Boy this is a wild guess,possibly could it be the mount for an old open cab style firetruck,were they are mounted on the top of the windshield frame,
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I'm inclined to say a roof mount (M-M high top) for a B&M siren. Kevin?????
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looks like what we needed for the mount on Roberts 75.
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I thought it might be for on a high top ambulance. If anybody needs this let me know its for sale
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I still need a mounting bracket for my federal double tone siren. Going to mount it behind the grill in my 70 superior rescuer. It don't have to be pretty,just functional.
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you'll need to make it up with a piece of flat iron. they were all a kind of custom mount for the siren selected
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It's definitely special purpose, probably to mount a B&M or a Sterling 30- but it doesn't look like anything either company would have made. Do you have the top strap for it?
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Not sure yet we been looking through the boxes in the garage but we havent come across it yet thanks
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I still need a mounting bracket for my federal double tone siren. Going to mount it behind the grill in my 70 superior rescuer. It don't have to be pretty,just functional.
Denny, I reproduce the underhood bracket. I'll send you a PM.
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