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Old 01-02-2016, 06:08 PM   #521
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Wish this site had a like button. Lot of good stuff you got going on.
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Thank you! It's probably the slowest transformation on the web, LOL. I wish there was a like button as well. The only thing I've found remotely like that is the "rate this thread" deal.
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OK, long time no post. I have been laid up with a bad back for the past month, so Hoss has pretty much been sitting. I've got a couple of things going on though when I am back to health. The plan is to put my 10" Audiobahn sub under the rear seat, and I also purchased an old school Zapco cheater amp. I'm not a big fan of sealed enclosures, so I also ported the Audiobahn enclosure, and tuned it to 38 hz.

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I am going to need to raise the seat a bit


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Ze old Zapco Z100 amp with Multi-Slope Crossover


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I took this pic of the old boy a couple weeks ago.

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Finally got around to raising up my rear seat today. I raised it up 1.5" to allow clearance for the box I had our laser guy at work cut out for me. Sounds pretty decent for two 6.5" subs running off a 250W amp.

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Looks good.Glad your feeling better Shane. Hello SVT been awhile hope all is will with you and your family.
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Had a couple of issues with the old girl this last week. The u-joints I put in 5 years ago went bad. Had a needle bearing come out and go cross ways... that made a horrific sound.

If you look closely, you'll see one of the needle bearings is gone there....


There's the missing needle, it was cross ways under the boot/protector...


Then I went to install the new joints, and found that one of the cups was missing 5 or 6 needle bearings... Precision u-joints are now made in China. Very disturbing!


Also put some new tail lights on it on Saturday. One of them became broken.... not by me though, LOL.
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