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I recently purchased an 02 LTZ. I have kinda had my eye out for one for a little while. I finally found one, thanks to a friend, long story and long trip short. Went qnd grabbed her from Tennessee, drove her back to the U.P. Michigan that is and hit the ground running. Couple of upgrades already include: Kenwood DMX-125BT, SkarAudio 8" SDR sub, kerf port enclosure, SkarAudio RP-350.1D amp, Boyo VTL17IR back-up cam, and pac RD5-GM11 wiring interface. I look forward to talking to and seeing your TB's develop.
 

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Welcome --- it's your turn to buy the beer ...........

Post the Year - Make - Model - Engine Size ... the sound system is OK --- but for anything more "mechanical" - you'll need that info posted here .... onsite ...

There are RULES!

NEVER disconnect the battery --- it's a very bad thing to do and you'll get a thorough education on THAT in subsequent posts --- (watch out for Ravalli Surfer --- he's murder on people who do that!) ... just don't do it --- disconnect the battery, that is.

There will be other rules that you will incur upon time to time. Punishment is quick and merciful.

There are some training videos --- some educational videos --- some home movies of the kids at the beach ------ and some kinda earthy posters who will direct you to those posts, since many of your future questions have all been asked already ... but frankly, you'll find an extreme shortage of "stereo" information as there are just too many different units out there for anyone to be versed in any particular one.

... don't forget the beer ... make mine a Mexican --- preferably Corona or Sol .... cold and I want to open the bottle to be sure it's not an empty refilled-with-cheap-draft beer ... ok?

TRUST EVERYONE --- BUT ALWAYS OPEN YOUR OWN BEER!
 

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Welcome --- it's your turn to buy the beer ...........

Post the Year - Make - Model - Engine Size ... the sound system is OK --- but for anything more "mechanical" - you'll need that info posted here .... onsite ...

There are RULES!

NEVER disconnect the battery --- it's a very bad thing to do and you'll get a thorough education on THAT in subsequent posts --- (watch out for Ravalli Surfer --- he's murder on people who do that!) ... just don't do it --- disconnect the battery, that is.

There will be other rules that you will incur upon time to time. Punishment is quick and merciful.

There are some training videos --- some educational videos --- some home movies of the kids at the beach ------ and some kinda earthy posters who will direct you to those posts, since many of your future questions have all been asked already ... but frankly, you'll find an extreme shortage of "stereo" information as there are just too many different units out there for anyone to be versed in any particular one.

... don't forget the beer ... make mine a Mexican --- preferably Corona or Sol .... cold and I want to open the bottle to be sure it's not an empty refilled-with-cheap-draft beer ... ok?

TRUST EVERYONE --- BUT ALWAYS OPEN YOUR OWN BEER!
Corona o god no. Modelo all the way
 

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Okay, good to know Ravioli can't or don't read! Right, u n d e r m y n a m e, (spacing for talking slow effect so Ravioli can keep up!) Is my vehicle info. Ummm so I guess it is posted here, ON SITE! As for beer, well um, spent all the beer money that I was going to buy Ravioli Mexican beer with on... Wait for it Ravioli. my...2002 Chevy.... Oh, hell with it read it under my name!

P.S. who names their kid after canned food anyways?
seriously thanks for making it feel like a shop. Good to meet ya! For real beers on me if and WHEN we meet! When I installed the new sound system guess what? I...I ... I... didn't disconnect the battery!
 

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Just to help you out Ravalli surfer. LOL
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That screenshot you sent - does not exist on the pages I view here.

I also don't see the avatars and whatever it written under them.
Okay, good to know Ravioli can't or don't read! Right, u n d e r m y n a m e, (spacing for talking slow effect so Ravioli can keep up!) Is my vehicle info. Ummm so I guess it is posted here, ON SITE! As for beer, well um, spent all the beer money that I was going to buy Ravioli Mexican beer with on... Wait for it Ravioli. my...2002 Chevy.... Oh, hell with it read it under my name!

P.S. who names their kid after canned food anyways?
seriously thanks for making it feel like a shop. Good to meet ya! For real beers on me if and WHEN we meet! When I installed the new sound system guess what? I...I ... I... didn't disconnect the battery!
RAVALLI IS THE COUNTY IN MONTANA WHERE I LIVE.

SAD TO HEAR OF YOUR DYSLYSIC INABILITY TO SEE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RAVIOLI AND RAVALLI.

ONE IS A FOOD (think Boy-Ar-Dee) AND THE OTHER IS THE NAME OF THE VALLEY THAT SURROUNDS THE BITTERROOT RIVER.

.... and don't make fun of my family names --- especially my sister: Macaroon.
 

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That screenshot you sent - does not exist on the pages I view here.

I also don't see the avatars and whatever it written under them.

RAVALLI IS THE COUNTY IN MONTANA WHERE I LIVE.

SAD TO HEAR OF YOUR DYSLYSIC INABILITY TO SEE THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RAVIOLI AND RAVALLI.

ONE IS A FOOD (think Boy-Ar-Dee) AND THE OTHER IS THE NAME OF THE VALEY THAT SURROUNDS THE BITTERROOT RIVER.

.... and don't make fun of my family names --- especially my sister: Macaroon.
Fair enough!
 
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