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Old 22nd August 2004, 07:51 PM   #1
Chupa is offline Chupa  United States
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i got an idea to put some speakers on the outside of my truck in the bed somehow. everyone allways piles in the back of my truck at lunch so i thoght it might be neat to have some sound back there for them.

i dont know how/where im going to put them back there yet but im assumeing im going to have to come up with something weather proof which prings me to my question.

ive been looking at the infinity marine series speakers. Are they going to be weather resistant enough? or is this just a completley bad idea. remember. when it rains these things are gona get wet, when the suns out these things are gona get scorched in the florida sun...etc.

last question... 6x9 would be best choice for the most range?
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