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Old April 30th, 2008, 01:05 PM
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OEM Rear Speaker Parts, Oil Cooler Lines, Snorkel tubing

I have a set of rear OEM speaker enclosures with grills, plus a set of near new stock oil cooler lines for a '94. Make offer, pics available upon request.

Also have about 6' of very nice 3" flexible snorkel tubing - $30.

Contact me if interested!
slickwillys@gmail.com
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Old April 30th, 2008, 03:45 PM
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Here are pics of the speaker enclosures. The tops are chipped, but that part is hidden when installed and doesn't affect them. I have had a lot of people contacting me, so first person to send $36 (total with shipping) via Paypal to slickwillys@gmail.com gets them. Make sure you let everyone here know you "licked" them.
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Here is photo of where I used the rest of the tubing in my project. And here is the info on the snorkel tubing:
General Purpose Blended Polypropylene/Rubber Duct Hose with Wear Strip
Temperature Range: -60 to +275 F
Flexibility: Flexible
Abrasion Resistance: Very good
Compresses 33% of extended length
Color: Black
This blend of polypropylene and rubber, also known as TPR (thermoplastic rubber), handles a wide variety of applications at higher temperatures than plastic. Hose has an enclosed copper-coated steel wire support plus a wear strip to protect hose from damage caused by dragging. Material thickness is 0.030".
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