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    When i finally have money to install it, I will use about eight self tapping screws behind the tv since it's easy to take out and then use the liquid nail or epoxy everywhere else

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    Have you checked to see how resistant Liquid Nails is to heat? It gets pretty hot on the Space Coast . . .

    Doesn't it seem kinda scary to permanently install it when you might have to remove it later -- like if a speaker lets go? How about using metal screws with black cover caps so they blend in to the upholstery? Then it would be easy to remove for repair.
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    he can screw that sucker to the trunk from the inside, then put all the guts in.
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    so the screws just behind the tv is not enough? you know i realy don't want to take out the speakers or crossovers they are very hard to come out and go back in clean. i was just planning to use a whole buch of screws behind the tv area.

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    put a whole bunch in, test it out, see out it is, put liquid nails on the sides, just like your original plan
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    bump!
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    Awsome jobs, been working with fiberglass for some time and its not an easy job, so people calm down and lets give the workers time to work, cause in the end every one is happy. again beautifull work Nexson i consider you one of the best if not the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crealster View Post
    Awsome jobs, been working with fiberglass for some time and its not an easy job, so people calm down and lets give the workers time to work, cause in the end every one is happy. again beautifull work Nexson i consider you one of the best if not the best.
    WOw Thanks Buddy! Comments from new people and people of the forum are very heart-felt and make me feel accomplished!
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    Ok i finally installed it, the only problem is that the 10" monitor stopped working so i have to send it back to get replaced. So here are pics of in installed. I'll take another pic when it's all completed.



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