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Old 11-19-2004, 09:23 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by glanghus
There'* a ton of room directly below the radio, and that would prove the easiest to wire as well. I am adding an amp to my car after thanksgiving, and am planning on putting it here if there is room. Hopefully, there will be, otherwise, I'll cut it in half and stack it, lol.
There is alot of room! But that is where I am going to put my carputer once it is done... i'll prob mount it in the trunk. It is a big one! I fit two of my friends in there when they didn't have enough money for a drive in movie hehe

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