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05-07-2008, 10:36 PM
Does any one know is SC uses the exact measurements when it comes to the towers? The reason I am asking this is because I had a custom speaker light bar made for my 07' LSV. The mouting brackets are a 1/2" too wide. They sit at 32.5" apart. I needed them at 32" apart. I wanted to mount them on the oval pieces that connect the two top tubes together. I need to sell this, now that is does not fit. If it will fit other towers, I will post it on the classified section. I will post pictures. It has 4 polk Momo speakers, 5 lights at 77 watts a piece, black powder coated, and come with tube clamps. All the wires are internal except for the wires at one of the cans. Those are the speakers wires and light wires.
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05-07-2008, 10:42 PM
Man Tazz, you can't buy a break!!

05-07-2008, 10:55 PM
No I can't. I just got into a shouting match with my insurance agent. In a nut shell, I had my company vehicle insured under my personal policy and not a commercial policy. They were not going to cover the accident. I told him I am going to take my business elsewere. He just called me and told me it will be covered. Here are some pic of the van.
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My insurance guy claimed that he did not know what I did for a living. I had told him several times what I did. He is the clincher. I even did work at his new office. I have had Farmers Insurance for years. This is the first time I had problems with this guy. I need a new agent.

05-07-2008, 11:03 PM
Yeah, not worth the hassel. I on occasion have heated discussions with my guy as well. Glad to here they're gonna cover you though, with the bikes already not being be covered that be a crappy hit!

05-08-2008, 01:30 PM
Tazz - just measured ours and it comes in at 33" on center. Sorry to read about the van - that totally sucks. Glad the ins. agent is paying up but I agree it's definitely time for a change. Hang in there man, it's almost summer and good times are around the corner!

05-08-2008, 02:14 PM

Can't you just elongate the holes on each bracket a 1/4" to the inside?


05-08-2008, 06:02 PM
Yes I could. The other problem was that I purchased 6 1/4" polk momo speakers for the tower. He had welded the smaller cans on there. I could only fit the 5 1/2" speakers. When I told him about the problem, he did not hesitate to make me another custom bar. I get it today. If you know of anyone that might be interested in this, just let me know.