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Winter's here, new amp's in the cruiser?

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Old 03-17-2011, 11:48 PM
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Thanks for the idea, I appreciate the suggestion. Got the JL's already. At the moment crawling around in tight spaces getting dirty and installing. Who knew dirt and dust could get in to a boat like that!!! Snowing outside, and not much heat in the boat.
Man I sooo want summer to come. Millertime
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Old 03-18-2011, 10:39 AM
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The biggest benifit to running the Marine stuff of any product is in salt water environments. If you are in salt water then it is a must in my opinion. If you boat in salt water, I think the automotive stuff works just fine. I have been using the auto stuff for years without issue, but I'm in Ohio, no salt water.

Most decent product JL being one for sure have a good to allot of moisture resistance as most trunks, especially old school cars are just as moist as as a boat!
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