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05-20-2013 03:48 AM
thor656 If you are still looking for subs, you can't go wrong with a 8 or 10 inch sub. I am a jbl fan. But you gotta see what you got room for and ur price. Box size for the sub is important. Recently bought a jeep with a 8 inch alpine sub. Sounds good too. Amps mounted under rear seat and the box is behind the rear seat. Just be aware if you do a sub you may want to add or upgrade stock speakers so you get a balanced sound and not just bass hits. If you are serious about your sound. Get a competition series sub from jbl. 10 inch subs are very good and hit clean. But they are very deep, so the box will be big. I use for product info. They are normally pretty detailed and reliable information.
05-19-2013 02:18 PM
Wrangler_swag ok thx I'll look into it
05-06-2013 05:57 PM
99tj707 Bad syncros?
05-06-2013 10:20 AM
need help with my clutch

when ever i go to shift from 2nd gear to 3rd i hear this grinding sound but im shifting gears fine but what is making that sound i need help does anyone know wat could be making the noise?
04-25-2013 10:54 AM
Wrangler_swag really im looking into subwoofers too but idk wat kind to get got any suggestions?
04-23-2013 05:40 PM
EMTJEEP Have you checked these guys out?

Train Horns & Train Horn Kits: Loudest Horns Available or Loud Air Horns and Train Horn Kits - Kleinn Air Horns

Size is up to you based on how loud you want, what size tank and compressor.
04-23-2013 11:23 AM
does any body know a good brand of train horns?

im looking for a train horn but i dont know a good brand or size need help
04-05-2013 01:43 AM
Originally Posted by gped41 View Post
good looking jeep! where did u get your cb and speaker at?
But if I recommended one I would choose this one Midland 1001Z 40-Channel CB Radio: Electronics and this speaker Uniden ESP12 Speaker: Electronics
04-04-2013 11:13 PM
Originally Posted by gped41 View Post
good looking jeep! where did u get your cb and speaker at?
I got the cb used from one of my dads friends and the speaker from lugoff
04-04-2013 10:34 PM
gped41 good looking jeep! where did u get your cb and speaker at?
04-04-2013 09:31 PM
Very Slow 1995 Wrangler Build

So, I got bored, so I decided to start a build thread for my 95 wrangler. I got this jeep a few years back. For a while, my dad drove it. It was lowered with smaller than stock tires on it. He got a cb radio installed with a PA horn which plays Dixie . Then, recently, I got a 6" rough country lift with front and rear leaf springs. Then got some pro comp rock crawler steel rims and 32" mud claws. And that is how it sits as we speak.
Future plans:
GenRight Offroad Front Bump with Boulder Stinger
Smittybilt XRC10 winch
ARB Safari Snorkel
Train horn
Some other assorted things I can't think of now
This will be a very slow guild, but stay tuned!

It's is how it sits now

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