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Old 05-31-2006, 12:49 PM   #1
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Currently, my sub box is sort of wedged in the back with some boxes around it to keep it from moving but now that it'* summer I'd like to secure down somehow. So, how do all of you have your box secured? Pictures would obviously be really helpful.
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Mine, when I get it in will be secured by Gravity. The thing nearly weighs 100 Lbs.
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Mine, when I get it in will be secured by Gravity.
no it wont. dont learn the hard way.

i use industrial strength velcro. extremely strong, box doesn't move.
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by weight ... it is pushed as far forward as it will go against the rear seats. i don't have any trouble with it moving around - so far.

Do any of you have a system to do a quick disconnect or can you recommend one? i would really like to be able to pull it out without having to unscrew it for racing.
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Do any of you have a system to do a quick disconnect or can you recommend one? i would really like to be able to pull it out without having to unscrew it for racing.
I'm with Ryan VELCRO
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Do any of you have a system to do a quick disconnect or can you recommend one? i would really like to be able to pull it out without having to unscrew it for racing.
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let me clarify myself ...

Do any of you have a system to do a quick disconnect

OF THE WIRING HARNESS

or can you recommend one? i would really like to be able to pull it out without having to unscrew it for racing.
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i'm pretty sure you are left unscrewing it unless you go to some very pricy connectors
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