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Old 12-17-2009, 10:16 PM
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Can anyone tell much about a siren that was either called by the following name or was made by this company. The name is FYR FYTER PENETRATOR 12PT75. This siren was mounted on a 1966 Mack fire engine.

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Old 12-17-2009, 11:27 PM
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Paging John Dorgan! Paging John Dorgan!

If anyone will know the answer, John will. Visit his website at www.sirenman.com.

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Found this web site with some info on vintage electronic sirens

http://lesliee.sasktelwebsite.net/othersirens.html
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Thanks for the assistance and inforamtion.

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Old 12-20-2009, 10:58 PM
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Can anyone tell much about a siren that was either called by the following name or was made by this company. The name is FYR FYTER PENETRATOR 12PT75. This siren was mounted on a 1966 Mack fire engine.

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Anthony J. Rzucidlo
What is your question...what are you trying to find out? The Penetrator was offered in at least three different versions over the years.
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We have one in our '62 Ford cab over Fire Engine. Still works well! A nice long wail!
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