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06-20-2011, 11:28 AM #21
I'm pretty sure I got the wrong clamps and have left Brian a voicemail to that effect. Waiting to hear back from him. My father-in-law is headed down there this weekend so I could send the clamps I have now down with him to exchange for the right sized ones.
I'm sure it will all work out
Wade2011 President's Trophy - Check
2011 Western Confernece Champs - Check
2011 Stanley Cup Champs - Not so Much....
2007 Outback V
06-21-2011, 12:16 AM #22
02-06-2012, 07:51 AM #23
Thank you again, Al, for this wonderful tutorial. I drilled new holes and pulled all my wires over the weekend. I'm all set to hook everything up tonight, mount my speakers and give it a test run. I just wanted to add one thing.
My tower was already wired with some 16 gauge wire I was replacing. This helped a little bit as I could use that wire to pull the new wire to some extent. But, from the hole at the tower's folding joint down to the foot of the tower I could not pull the new wire through. The hole in the hull was just too small to pull both pairs through. I actually couldn't get either wire through there. I could move the 16 gauge wire but not the fatter part where I had attached to the 12 gauge wire (I even soaped up the coating a bit-- still no good). I thought I was going to have to enlarge the hole through the hull.
I took the three screws out of the front tower leg and lifted the leg about 2 in. off the hull. I was then able to easily pull the wires down through and out the bottom of the tower leg. I then also easily pulled them through what looked like about a 1/2" hole through the hull- plenty big enough. Anyway, it may be worth your while to just unbolt the tower leg to "help" pull the wires through that pinch point. It worked for me. Now I have 12 gauge wires from the amp all the way to speaker #1 on each side with no breaks or connections.
You will probably need an assistant inside the boat to hold the locknuts when you remove the 3 phillips head screws in the tower foot and then when you tighten them back up.
Last edited by kaneboats; 02-06-2012 at 07:55 AM.My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
2000 Outback LS (sold)
P5 Danielo Diamond 58"
03-23-2015, 08:44 AM #24
This post was exactly what I have been looking for. I just got an 07 LSV. and will be installing the speakers in the next 2 weeks.Jeff
2007 LSV -
Mods -Monster Swivel Surf/Wakeboard Racks -Perfect Pass- Blue LED lighting - FAE - Manual Flow- SeaDek Swim Platform and Gunwall pads
Exile Audio - 2 XM9 on the tower with 1 XM30.2 Amplifier - 6 XM65 cabin speakers with 1 XM15.4 Amplifier
Ballast - 2x 800 lbs Ronix eight.3 sacks - 500 lbs in the bow
05-29-2015, 10:51 AM #25
Installing Exile Tower Speakers with No Visible Speaker Wires
A vacuum cleaner over the hole will help guide a pull string thru too.2008 Moomba Outback DD resurrection