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    Re: 1994 Geo Tracker Build, a rather EXTREME one at that..

    Theoretically yes. You can measure this by checking the resistance.



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    Re: 1994 Geo Tracker Build, a rather EXTREME one at that..

    i shall do that, thanks. BTW barak, i dig your socialism pic, i laughed.

    beyond all that, what do you guys think? nothing competition worthy, more of a theme piece.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobbes Caltous View Post
    i shall do that, thanks. BTW barak, i dig your socialism pic, i laughed.

    beyond all that, what do you guys think? nothing competition worthy, more of a theme piece.
    It has character




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    Re: 1994 Geo Tracker Build, a rather EXTREME one at that..

    Quote Originally Posted by B Hussein O View Post
    It has character
    thanks! after i finish mounting the front speakers, i plan to grind out all the rust and paint it a bit. the hood, i want to show the face of the joker with a bunch of "hahah" behind it.

    this is after i've already replace the exhaust manifold, the muffler(with a 22 inch cherrybomb), and gave it a tune-up, which it desperately needed. probably going to cover the center consoles with that black patent leather i used for the rear arm. i also have to replace the glove box, though i've no idea where i'm going to find one.




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    You're doing a great job!



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    Re: 1994 Geo Tracker Build, a rather EXTREME one at that..

    i'm kinda new to the whole car audio game, should i put some of that polyester into my sealed box? and maybe the felt or whatever you lined it with? i need to open it back up to caulk it anyways, it's nowhere near air tight. it's probably like half a cube with a 12 inch pioneer shallow mount in it.




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    Looks pretty good, but need to redo that ground by the looks of it.



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    Re: 1994 Geo Tracker Build, a rather EXTREME one at that..

    Quote Originally Posted by gunn3rrr View Post
    i'm kinda new to the whole car audio game, should i put some of that polyester into my sealed box? and maybe the felt or whatever you lined it with? i need to open it back up to caulk it anyways, it's nowhere near air tight. it's probably like half a cube with a 12 inch pioneer shallow mount in it.
    i've always used felt. you shouldn't need to caulk the enclosure in the first place though. if you use biscuits, nails, or screws, wood glue, not to mention whatever fabric is on the outside, it should be okay. a lot of people tend to overdue it on the glue when it's not really nessesary. wood glue can hold A LOT when you have a bit of help. i swear by biscuits, and a biscuit cutter isn't even that expensive.

    why isn't it airtight?




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