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Old 04-23-2007, 03:14 PM   #11
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Obviously not a job for the "limber challenged" person. Looks like I'll be putting out my back, neck and shoulder all at the same time on this job!
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Bring it over, I'll do mine again and yours at the same time.
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Old 04-23-2007, 04:13 PM   #13
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Obviously not a job for the "limber challenged" person. Looks like I'll be putting out my back, neck and shoulder all at the same time on this job!
Been there and done that, but not for the DMA. I was running 0 gauge through the firewall of my Eclipse....which is allot smaller of a car

I didnt feel so limber the next day
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Being an installer and coming from tons of experience, lay on back, with your legs out of the car, and your shoulders resting on the floor. Your back will go over the door sill.

After the first few times of laying on my back to work underneath the dash, I have no problems with stiffness or soreness anymore.
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Some of us have back injuries and partial paralysis from a car accident, and can't bend our backs over door sills.
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