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Old 09-14-2012, 08:45 AM   #11
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Just let it be known that a Michigan Wolverine fan provided you some assistance.

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Old 09-14-2012, 10:33 AM   #12
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An easy way to run cable from one end of the trailer to the other end is to go pull down each of the ceiling a/c vents. The a/c foam vents are connected to each other in a straight continuous line. Then you can fish the speaker cables from a/c vent to the next a/c vent until you get to an high mounted cabinet or something that can hide your speaker cables. If you have to exit the vent be sure to use of the spray in foam to prevent cold air from the a/c unit to escape from the foam vent. Otherwise you disrupt the designed air flow pressure for the air conditioner cold air output.

My trailer has ceiling mounted cabinets on both ends of the trailer so i was able to shoot several RG and speaker cables etc thru the a/c ducts between the front and rear mounted ceiling mounted cabinets..

Just a thought for you if you are planning to run some cables from one end of the trailer to the other end...

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