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Unread 06-20-2012, 08:50 PM   #16
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Anyone know of a good way to temporarily mount the box so it's not moving around all the time, yet is still easy to take out?

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Wingnuts would work. I have also seen a guy who wanted his box removable use hinges. He mounted one side on the hinge to the car, the other part to the back of the box (the only visible part when the box was mounted was the pin portion as the "plates" were behind the box) and then he could tap the pins out and remove it.
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Anyone know of a good way to temporarily mount the box so it's not moving around all the time, yet is still easy to take out?
Fill the trunk so nothing moves (this was the old set up)...



Or, get one that's heavy enough that it doesn't ever move (this is the new set up)...

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Unread 06-22-2012, 05:29 PM   #20
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Fill the trunk so nothing moves (this was the old set up)...

Or, get one that's heavy enough that it doesn't ever move (this is the new set up)...
I want to listen to good music, not just straight bass.
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So then load the door with components. I did JL ZR components front and rear and a 13.5W7 in the back. I left enough slack in the power, ground, remote, etc. wires so it sits against the back seat, but if I fold the seats down, I can slide it all the way to the front passenger seat.
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