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Old 06-24-2004, 08:15 AM
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Looks like mdf, but you could fiberglass. If you don't use the risers, you'll have to fiberglass the bottom fo sho.
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Old 07-02-2004, 09:16 PM
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Hey Dodgeram,how many feet of power wire did you use to run from your battery to amps under your back seat?I picked up a Scosche wiring kit from Wal mart for $40.It is for 2 amps.It comes with 14' of 4ga.,6' of 8ga.,4' 8ga. ground cable,4-8 distribution block,fuse holder with fuse,17' remote wire,2 17' RCA cables.Is this enough?The only thing i'm concerned with is the 4ga. power cable might be a bit short.It came in in one of those clear plastic packages with the edges melted together so if you open you can't return it(I hate those).What do you think,am I good to go or do I need more?
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What is the best way to run the speaker wire out of the box.I read some people use bolts but now I can't find the post.I don't want to just run the wire through a hole.So it's either use a nut & bolt or a terminal.Is the only reason to use a nut & bolt to save money?
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Do you know of anywhere in the lower mainland where I could get a nice set like that.Radio Shack does'nt carry them.
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