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Would you use these clamps?

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Here's how we do it
We used one here to mount our safety triangle.
But you can use them for much heavy duty jobs too!
AMRCOffroad.com

  • Will not scratch the paint
  • Easily repositioned
  • Super strong
  • Very secure
  • Max opening of 2.16" these clamps fit your Talon roll cage
 

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They are way too bulky, and I’m sure a lot more expensive than the simple aluminum clamps that are out there.
 

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Where they can be taken on and off it is cool, however I would wonder about theft being to the ease of them. I would also like to see additional pics with real items. I have never seen any one out and about sporting a safety triangle.
 

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Where they can be taken on and off it is cool, however I would wonder about theft being to the ease of them. I would also like to see additional pics with real items. I have never seen any one out and about sporting a safety triangle.
We like the easy on off and a lot of cities are legalizing on road use with the triangle added. I have been seeing more in my neighborhood.
Lots of use for these little clamps. here is a pic of the clamp sitting on a counter attached to the triangle.
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I would like to see more pictures. I have a full windshield sitting around as I like no windshield but in the cold months I may want to throw it on and have an option of easy on and off action. Would it work for that? Can you mount a fire extinguisher to it? I may be confused, is it for the sign only or anything?
 

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It is for mounting anything to a roll cage. I can't answer the specifics on mounting your windshield. You will have to fabricate something that works for you.
I have attached pics where you can see the connections.
Two threaded 10-32 holes and a larger 5/8" stud hole that tightens with a thumb screw.
I do appreciate the feedback it is a big help.
 

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Rugged Radios has some cool clamps in all the different bar sizes. They wouldn’t work with everything but for some things they work great and are very sleek design.
 
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