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Going to add an FM/CD player

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I am going to add a FM/CD player.I am going to use some Radio shack outdoor speaker & housings. Any suggestions on location(s). I have seen some of the under the roof mounts-neat but too expensive, maybuild one myself-or is in dash location best? any other sugestions?

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