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Old 04-08-2009, 11:35 AM
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Default Re: Bazooka tube on a bike?

Thanks Red. It's not really a problem for me. I have a trailer hitch and access to a Bushtech trailer whenever I need it. I am also adding a quick removal rack that mounts on my hitch that accomodates a luggage bag that will make up for the lost storage space if needed. I'm just saying, some guys may not compromise on the space. I had a friend check it out and he said would not give up the space for the sub as he usually has the rear compartment filled.

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Originally Posted by Red View Post
Al, We realize the trunk space is a issue but most people ride more in town then on the open road so the sub is enjoyed more on local runs ,As for mounting outside the Bazooka bass tube is meant to be corner loaded so you would loose alot of bass by mounting it outside of the trunk .I suggest that you use in on local runs and if your going touring simply take it out and you have all your trunk space back .

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Red
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