Re: [DML] Abandon the spare?
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Re: [DML] Abandon the spare?



 
In a message dated 7/11/2005 10:43:33 P.M. Central Standard Time,  
marty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx writes:

Now I  have my ac/heater unit out and have been looking towards 
moving the amp to  the trunk. The front wall is right there, nice and 
bare and wiring through  it would be easy. The amp is too large to 
fit beneath the spare as others  have done. So I was wondering how 
may of you have removed the spare to get  more trunk room? Would 
carrying a small compressor or Fix-a-flat or both  suffice in most 
instances of a flat tire? In 32 years 
of driving I  have yet to have a flat tire while on the road. (I'm
sure it will happen  tomorrow now) I'm looking for reassurance here.

Please voice your  opinions about driving sans spare.

Thanks,

Marty  Galbreath
3765 



Marty,
 
I have about 600 watts mounted the rear firewall - what kind of equipment  
are you using? did you ground and power up directly from the battery?  did  you 
use adequate size wiring?
 
The point is that I have absolutely NO background noise or interference,  but 
I also used the highest quality stuff I could afford and ran everything the  
way I learned after talking to a lot of people and reading books on audio  
installation.
 
Andy


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