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Old 08-07-2018, 01:51 PM
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Anyone have some tips on running speaker wire to the front deck area on a Skeeter 2250 sx, I have a wire pull line to the back and up the side but I was hoping for a shorter run. Iím putting a fusion RA70 and two JL 6.5mx speakers on the front of the front casting deck, to go to the back Iím looking at a 20í plus run of wire. All tips welcome thanks.
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Old 08-08-2018, 09:14 AM
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Anyone have some tips on running speaker wire to the front deck area on a Skeeter 2250 sx, I have a wire pull line to the back and up the side but I was hoping for a shorter run. Iím putting a fusion RA70 and two JL 6.5mx speakers on the front of the front casting deck, to go to the back Iím looking at a 20í plus run of wire. All tips welcome thanks.
Per Skeeter: There should be a rigging tube in the console that runs center forward. It will be accessible via the rubber boot found in the console.
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Old 08-08-2018, 07:28 PM
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Thanks for the info I got it rigged today, it sounds great, I put this thread on the Discount Tackle thread by mistake, but I love my Accurate combo I got last year from Discount Tackle, It is great for grouper trolling in the Gulf, a great setup it works perfect. Thanks
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