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    subwoofer

    How can you put a subwoofer into a car with a LPG gas bottle in the boot
    thanks

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    what?

    moved to the appropriate forum btw
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    maybe use your creativity and and your brains to THINK?
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    forgive my sarcasm, but i would personally start by opening the boot, and then i would place said subwoofer within the boot.
    close boot,
    hey presto,
    you got a sub in the boot!
    Progress: ~99%
    Fitted, Running.
    boot install to tidy when better weather arrives

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    online james, I think you need be be a bit more clear with your post...


    ok...a LOT more clear...lol
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    or stick it on the back seat!


    i'll shut up now!
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    boot install to tidy when better weather arrives

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    LPG for Your Vehicle

    LPG has been used as a vehicle fuel all over the world for many decades. Many vehicle manufacturers now produce vehicles with factory fitted or approved LPG systems which are ready to drive off the showroom floor. Modern after-market conversions also offer excellent performance and reliability. The BP LPG network spans an excess of 190 outlets, so be sure to check where your closest store is (Store Locator).
    LPG Safety

    Bottled gas systems are very safe. There are strict regulations governing the ways that bottled gas can be stored and handled, and retailers are also required to meet certain standards, which all BP outlets do meet. By law LPG and CNG cylinders and vehicles may only be filled by someone who has undertaken approved training and holds relevant certification. All BP customer service representatives who fill LPG bottles have had full LPG training and have passed their LPG filling certificates.

    It is important that you also treat the bottles with care. Don't allow anything to fall on or damage the bottles, and don't allow any source of ignition within 2m of the bottles (such as garden fires, power tools or lawnmowers). LPG gas bottles must be tested and recertified every ten years. Service station staff cannot legally fill an LPG bottle with an expired test certification date.

    In others words, he is wondering if it will blow up with the vibrations of a subwoofer. I don't know, but try it and let us know.

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    well, maybe we should thank Mr No-Brains for asking this question. I'm amusing myself here, right now, having a good laugh. I'm just so surprised there are such dumb people.

    I may be a little harch, but realy.... come on....
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    Guys, don't be jerks.

    Red, post your ususal "this is a car PC board" spiel

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    better to tell the guy it's just a dumb question than red's usual "this is a carpc board". Coz then he's just gonna ask the same stupid question on an other board, and then THEY'll have a good laugh.
    Xenia & Isabelle, totally in love!

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