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Old 02-14-2013, 09:06 PM
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I have a 2012 SG, based on UltraNutZ wise recommendation, I ordered the following:

1 - Soundstream PN4.250 Amp;
2 - Polk DB651 fairing speakers;
3 - Hogtunes Tweeters (This was not his suggestion but I already
purchased it)
4 - Speaker Adopter rings;
5 - 6' of 10 guage power wire; and
6 - Fuse holder and 30A fuse.

I'm still waiting for the delivery of the amp but I'm wondering how I do the install. I really don't want to pay the dealer to do the install for me.

Can someone walk me through, step by step on how I do the install?

Thanks!
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Old 02-14-2013, 10:03 PM
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Kry look on the polyfil thread on here Nutz first response has a link to Street glide Walts install.
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Kry look on the polyfil thread on here Nutz first response has a link to Street glide Walts install.
UltraNutZ previously sent me that link but for the life of me, I couldn't follow it. Maybe it'll look different once I get all of the pieces in.

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UltraNutZ previously sent me that link but for the life of me, I couldn't follow it. Maybe it'll look different once I get all of the pieces in.

Thanks!
Did you see (perhaps in the one he sent you) where he explains each picture with instruction about what he is doing in each picture, starting with his hangover.lol
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Did you see (perhaps in the one he sent you) where he explains each picture with instruction about what he is doing in each picture, starting with his hangover.lol
Oh, no. I didn't get nor see that one. Wow, he did it while hungover. Lol
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yeah the night before was something else.. 40th birthday party for a pal, complete with strippers!
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yeah the night before was something else.. 40th birthday party for a pal, complete with strippers!



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hmm.. I learned a LONG time ago. No pics, no evidence!

Besides, Walt's bike hasn't caught on fire so I guess we did it all correctly!
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Besides, Walt's bike hasn't caught on fire so I guess we did it all correctly!
Send ol' Walt out to my place in Georgia... I'll show him how to let the "magic smoke" outta his tweeters! It can be done... I ASSURE ya.

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Send ol' Walt out to my place in Georgia... I'll show him how to let the "magic smoke" outta his tweeters! It can be done... I ASSURE ya.

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now that's some funny chit Beav.. Man I wish you would have video'd that! I haven't seen a speaker smoke in years!
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