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    Hold Box In Place

    Whats the best way to hold boxes and amps in place so they wont move around the trunck?







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    Re: Hold Box In Place

    screw, bolts




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    flase floor, screw or bolted to it



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    Re: Hold Box In Place

    Well i know that much i was just wondering if best way would just be some wood under carpet and drilling straight threw the wood and metal. Or if anyone has better ideas.




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    Re: Hold Box In Place

    bolted in right through the body... for best security... almost guarenteed not to get jacked that way unless they have like hours and tons of tools with them... you could also use allen or hex or star screws.... they are a pain inthe *** to get out and any crook will probably look once and figure its too much **** work when they could just go to the next car with standard #2 phillips screws or nothing holding all the amps in.




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    Re: Hold Box In Place

    Quote Originally Posted by G00SE View Post
    Well i know that much i was just wondering if best way would just be some wood under carpet and drilling straight threw the wood and metal. Or if anyone has better ideas.
    That will work. Just buy some L-brackets.




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    Re: Hold Box In Place

    I agree with l brackets thats whats im gonna use if i ever get my box done, i also picked up some square headed screws i figure that if u can screwdriver in the head of the screw it'll be to small to get any torque on it to back the screw out.



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    Re: Hold Box In Place

    ive been too busy to actually bolt mine down
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    ive got a ratchet strap around the box that goes down and arount my seat belt thingy

    pretty soon im building a new box so i see no reason to bolt it down yet



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