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Old 01-14-2014, 03:29 PM
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Originally Posted by slimpartywagon View Post
the head unit worked in my 95 ram prior to swapping it into my 2000. I got the head unit wiring sorted out, and it still isn't working right... no biggie though the bank gave me the go ahead to put a system into the truck as long as I put one into her car too.

For my new system, I have only figured out what head unit I want to run. I am thinking of replacing the speakers, adding kicker panel speakers, and possibly adding a overhead speaker panel into the rear of my headliner. all of this mentioned stuff is prety easy for me, just time consuming. The hard part is deciding how far out there I want this stereo to go. I got ideas to add a pair of 12's under the back seat, and I might add a second (or third) amp to run all the door speakers and overhead speakers.
That's just funny right there. Mostly because I got one that does the same thing too...

Nice write up, Mike.
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