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post #76 of 106 Old January 1st, 2014, 04:25 AM
 
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How did you mount it?


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post #77 of 106 Old January 1st, 2014, 12:22 PM Thread Starter
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li made brackets that wrapped over the cage at the front and the sides and in the rear bolted it to where the rollcage bolts together . The Polaris aluminum roof holds it in place.

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Please add pictures of final production installed....Great job.
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post #79 of 106 Old January 9th, 2014, 12:13 PM Thread Starter
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2016 XPT,STI 14" Beadlock Wheels,Polaris Roof,,Twisted Stitch Seats,Custom Steering Wheel, Custom Overhead Stereo with 1000W Phoenix Gold AMP and 4-6x9 Polk Speakers with JVC Bluetooth Alpine SUB and custom enclosure,30"WV Offroadgear Lightbar,BrunoMotorsports OX Front and rear Bumper,Pawltector Brake polaris Click 6 harnesses and interactive display. Polaris Doors. 30"Crawler XG,Full glass windshield.
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Very nice....quality build! If it sounds halve as good as it looks it must rock! You may have made up my mind whether to do an install in the roof or in the dash.

Do you have to be carefully getting in to avoid any head bump on the speaker pods?
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I've got a question for you guys that have made your own fiberglass/resin speaker boxes. Do you cut the holes for the speakers in the fleece/t-shirt material before or after you apply the resin? Getting ready to try and make one for the first time and was wondering. Thanks


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I've got a question for you guys that have made your own fiberglass/resin speaker boxes. Do you cut the holes for the speakers in the fleece/t-shirt material before or after you apply the resin? Getting ready to try and make one for the first time and was wondering. Thanks


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I've always cut them out after the resin dries.
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post #83 of 106 Old January 14th, 2014, 05:48 AM
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What he said^^^^^^^^^

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Thanks guys that's what I figured but wanted to make sure before I started.


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post #85 of 106 Old January 14th, 2014, 05:33 PM Thread Starter
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Same here I apply resin past where I'm planning to cut out and just saw ir out after the resin hardens.

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Finished mine last week. Some how cut the EQ slot off square but i can live with it . Mine has my Wet sounds amp in it. All the wiring is in the cage. That sucked to do for the 4 gauge wires




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Got mine finished didn't turn out to bad, they look pink in pics but their red. Click image for larger version

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Finished mine a while back and just forgot to post pics. Rockford fosgate 300x4 and JBL marine speakers. Came out great, super loud and crystal clear. Thanks for the inspiration magicman!


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All these customs sound systems look good! Here's what I've been working on for my xp1k.
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Awssone I'm looking to do sonething simliar
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