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  1. #1
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    Default My Mods

    Some are admittedly rookie mods, but I am proud of some, the WS420 install and the look of the LEDs in particular. I also upgraded to 750s in the rear.

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    Looks cool, but I'd suggest picking up some zip ties and cleaning up those wires, it sucks when cargo stowed in the near the amps jacks around with your wiring while underway and causes a loss of tune-age!

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    I see you replaced the lights in the boat. How hard was that? I also like the lights in the storage area. I agree with the zip ties. They are a mans second best friend.
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    The Wet Sound also looks like it was made to go there. How is it to control?
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    I found zip ties at Harbor Freight. I think 50 of them was about a buck. Great stuff.
    My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
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    Yeah, the wires are not ideal at this point, but I will try and zip tie them some more. The EQ is easy to control right there at the throttle, but I still need to figure a place to mount the mic.

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