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  1. Leeann

    Leeann FRF Lady FRF Lady

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    The Car Stereo Company aka nosbusa Supporting Vendor

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    something for cheapskates..... hahahahha


    yo desmo, ready for the nav-tv install? heading your way very soon.
     
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    Congrats man..truck looks great!

    -Brian
     
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    Yes that front end does look low,must be camera angle or something. I think that color is a good choice.For some reason the digital sensors can not reproduce it correctly, it looks so much different in person.If you photo it in indirect light maybe the tan will be more visible . What did you do with your new tires?
     
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    I think it is probably more of the angle I was standing that makes the front look so low. Regardless, I'm doing mid-perch this weekend. :)

    The BFG AT's are in my garage and are for sale.


    Thanks everyone for the kind words, I couldn't be happier with the truck.

    ---------- Post added at 09:41 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:39 AM ----------


    I was planning to do it myself... Are you coming to AZ? Any chance your shop is related to the Car Stereo Co that was on Scottsdale Rd in AZ?
     
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    Congrats ! She's a beauty. Enjoy.
     
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    Thread Hack....
    Can someone elaborate on the procedure. Did a search but nothing came up

    OP - Congrats
     
  8. Desmo_Pilot

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    Hi Canuck,

    You can pick up a bag at your local fabric/craft store(Michael's, Joanne's, Hobby Lobby). An 8oz bag is plenty($4.00).

    To remove the sub, there are four bolts. One in middle of box that screws directly into the magnet on the sub and three that hold the box to the floor. Unplug wire connector on bottom. Use phillips to remove the sub. Loosely stuff poly fill into the box. Replace sub(pay attention to alignment arrow). Replace wire plug. Replace three box bolts and then finally replace the bolt going through the box to the sub magnet.

    Simple and takes about 10 minutes.

    Enjoy!
     
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    Congrats looks great.
     
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    How much did it improve the quality of the sub?
     

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