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Well im sure you guys use velcro etc - or some of you may have proper boot instals. But if you are stuck read on!

On my adventure to Lidl to by microfirbre glass cloth and polishing cloth i stubbled across a anti slip mat which measures 1 squared metre! For £2.99!!

I cut it to size of the bottom of my sub box and then stapled it with a staple gun. Put it in my boot and it seems to have done the job really well.



 

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TJ, the amount of random pictures you seem to have of urself for every given situation is actually starting to get a little odd....
 

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TJ, the amount of random pictures you seem to have of urself for every given situation is actually starting to get a little odd....
It's a highlight of the site if you ask me :clap2:
 

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TJ, the amount of random pictures you seem to have of urself for every given situation is actually starting to get a little odd....
Not so much odd as more of a desire to be the epitome of convenience! You never know when any given random picture might come in handy...
 

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tbh i bolt mine to the boot floor as i dont want it smashing through the parcel shelf and knocking me out if i have a crash lol
 

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I have got a stealthboxz in mine and I have fixed a plate/bracket to the back and bolted it to the side of the car. If you look under the rear side shelves, there is a redundant captive nut at just the right height to attach the other end of the plate to
 

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I have got a stealthboxz in mine and I have fixed a plate/bracket to the back and bolted it to the side of the car. If you look under the rear side shelves, there is a redundant captive nut at just the right height to attach the other end of the plate to
+1, that's how mine is fitted.

I have to agree with Ad though... when my first car was written off, I went to get the bits out of it, and the car next to mine had been involved in an accident with two fatalities caused by the sound system hitting/crushing them. Best to make it secure!
 

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Mines just taht bloody heavy it doesnt move! Was stuck on with velcro atone point.. Buit that stuff looks good might get some! Cheers 4 that!
 

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Mine is bolted to the MDF floor i made with L brackets. Solid :yes:
 

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+1, that's how mine is fitted.

I have to agree with Ad though... when my first car was written off, I went to get the bits out of it, and the car next to mine had been involved in an accident with two fatalities caused by the sound system hitting/crushing them. Best to make it secure!
On a slightly different theme but the same vein, when I was in the RAF, there was a guy there who had a head-on. He survived with minor injuries apart from the fractured skull caused by a tin of dog food from the shopping on the back seat.
 

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On a slightly different theme but the same vein, when I was in the RAF, there was a guy there who had a head-on. He survived with minor injuries apart from the fractured skull caused by a tin of dog food from the shopping on the back seat.
i feel disgusted with myself....i found that funny...
 

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tbh i bolt mine to the boot floor as i dont want it smashing through the parcel shelf and knocking me out if i have a crash lol
yeah 1 of my amps split me head open when i roled :chair:
 

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I have got a stealthboxz in mine and I have fixed a plate/bracket to the back and bolted it to the side of the car. If you look under the rear side shelves, there is a redundant captive nut at just the right height to attach the other end of the plate to
But then the boxes will be pushed really close to the tailgate causing poor sound. And the left redundant hole is my earthing point. When I get time i will buy mdf and make a mdf floor for the boot.
 
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