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Old May 8th, 2012, 04:40 PM
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Whatcha got/Whatcha plan on installing?

Right now in the Bronc I've got a used Sony Xplod system that came with it. WarWagon has the stock 88 cassette player but I plan on getting a JVC head unit, I did have a KD-G140 in my red and white 79 and loved the crap out of it but they've renamed it so I've gotta find it again.

So, what do you have or plan on installing?
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That's not the point of this thread..

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Lucky you Blue a cassette player. Mine is only a AM/FM

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That's not the point of this thread..
Oh, well fine then.


What I have in the F150...

Headunit: Factory/OEM AM/FM/CD single disc
Door Speakers: Infinity 6x8 682.7f
Amplifier: Infinity 475a
Subwoofers: Infinity 10" 102.7w (x2)
Amplifier: Infinity 1600a
Line Out Converter: Scosche SLC-4
4ga Power wires/Ground wires
Main power wire from battery fused with 2x 50amp AFS (mini ANL) fuses
Fused Power distribution to supply each amplifier: 1 40amp AFS (475a) & 1 60amp AFS (1600a)
Custom sub box I fabricated.

What's in the stRanger...
Headunit: Pioneer DEH-P3000IB
Speakers: Pioneer 6x8 TS-A6872R
Amplifier: Alpine MRP-F200
8ga Power wires/Ground wires
Fused with a 60 amp Maxi fuse

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So far just a JVC Arsenal A-525 head unit with stock speakers. The 90 has a cheap ass Dual (no model number listed. Why? Who cares it's a Dual!) It came with the truck and my wife doesn't feel the need to replace it cause it does what she needs it to. Can't argue with that i guess. Plans for the 94 include some subs under the rear seat and some JL's in the doors and corners. I have a Kicker KX 200.2 amp i may or may not use. Depends on the subs i choose.



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Take some pics of how you mount the subs under the rear seat, I need some subs or speakers in the rear of my 88, need to get the surround sound going .
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Take some pics of how you mount the subs under the rear seat, I need some subs or speakers in the rear of my 88, need to get the surround sound going .
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Will do! I just plan to do a simple box covered in some autozone replacement carpet to match the rest of the interior. Also I'll have it pushed back under the seat a bit to keep the kids' swinging legs from making contact. If i can get 4and of the expy/navi subs that i posted about in another thread, I'll just mount them under the seat and be done with it. They'd be invisible.



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