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Old 02-25-2005, 08:25 PM   #11
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Thank, i love mine. Just a few quick flips of those brackets and I can pull it out by removing the power, trigger, and ground wires.

I wanted it to be fairly easy to remove too.
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Old 02-26-2005, 12:07 AM   #14
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Thank, i love mine. Just a few quick flips of those brackets and I can pull it out by removing the power, trigger, and ground wires.

I wanted it to be fairly easy to remove too.
Yea exactly... I made sure to have both my setups easy to remove... I've got the quick release clips on my 91, and two screws to remove for my 97. But have a clip/wire power cable... so unplugging the amps/subbox is really easy.

Gotta take em out for the 1/4mile runs.... and if I need to change a tire... it'* gotta be quick and easy.
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.... and if I need to change a tire... it'* gotta be quick and easy.
should have make it so the tire comes out w/o taking the boxes out
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