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speakers in my bed

I was thinking about building a custom fiberglass box to fit in my bed,and put some marine speakers in it. So when i have people riding in the bed they can listen to the music too. What do you all think?
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id say beef up the system inside and get good audio eqp and you'll be fine. you have the ext cab. but either way it be cool
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kicker makes a line of marine speakers which would be waterproof...

ive got a friend that has some apline 6x9s in his jeep which is topless and they have had water on them and sittin in the cone and there still playin away..

id probably go with the kickers tho
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I'd be more afraid of someone trying to steal them.
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I thought about putting some in my cap but haven't decided how I would power them yet.
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You could have a seperate small amp with the remote lead on a toggle switch. hit the switch, the amp turns on, and BAM! Speakers in the cap.
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You know I do have a small urban audio amp sitting in the garage.
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Do it! The ultimate tailgating truck!
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kicker makes a line of marine speakers which would be waterproof...

ive got a friend that has some apline 6x9s in his jeep which is topless and they have had water on them and sittin in the cone and there still playin away..

id probably go with the kickers tho
I had them they were called impulses i think, anyways I had them in a water ressistant box and had, terminals in the bed I could take em out whenever
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I put thos kisckers in my pop's boat this summer....waaaayy better sounding than the marine grade crap they put in there stock....plus they bump....cause you know how important it is to have bumps in the boat when your fishin' for walleyes and muskys right?!
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I put thos kisckers in my pop's boat this summer....waaaayy better sounding than the marine grade crap they put in there stock....plus they bump....cause you know how important it is to have bumps in the boat when your fishin' for walleyes and muskys right?!
Gotta have bump in the boat. Probbably why I never catch anything. lol
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