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Old 02-14-2014, 05:26 AM
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Could that be the lower section of a lollipop light?
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Skip Goulet - Deceased 1945 - 2018 Skip Goulet - Deceased 1945 - 2018 is offline
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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.
What you need there is the same as on a Model 28, a pedestal mount. Joe Dorgan has them, but I'm not sure of the price.
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Old 07-01-2014, 03:51 PM
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What you need there is the same as on a Model 28, a pedestal mount. Joe Dorgan has them, but I'm not sure of the price.
Read the previous comments- $25.00 from B&M.
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