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Old 11-06-2010
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Rear Speaker Lights

I've been thinking about getting some of those blue LED strips to go under my dash, but I wanted some other kind of interior lighting I haven't really seen before. I came up with the idea of getting some smaller sets of lights, and putting them in the speaker enclosures on the sides of the back seat (the ones that protrude from the wall).
I think it would look sick to have the light showing through the grates if I can get it to come out in and even pattern.
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Old 11-07-2010
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Yea, it would be sweet, easy to do, but you do know they make speakers that have LED built in to them already.
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this is what mine look like. I gotta re-do them though.
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Zach, I think those would probably be a little more expensive than the 10 or so bucks it costs for the light strips. hah
Jack, I was thinking the ones in the rear, where the box sticks out from the wall. But yours look really cool. I'm sort of thinking about adding that in too now...
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i miss all my lights in my truck i need to redo mine
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Anyone know if they do a speaker for truck beds? b/c that would be cool
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Old 11-07-2010
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You can wire some water proof marine speakers into a took box or some other custom made box in the bed.
I've seen a lot of people with it at the beach.
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i have one of the speaker boxs from walmart and they fit perfect underneath my box in the bed, i've had them in there for a year and a half, sat submerged underwater for weeks at a ttime even worked while submerged. the boxs go for $26 with speakers sounds good for the price too.
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Old 11-19-2010
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I don't buy that. lol, but no they are no that expensive
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yeah i figured they would have gone bad by now but it suprised me. I mean for 26 bucks its not that bad. The also have cooler/storage boxs that sit on the fender well in the bed with speaker built in.

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