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Amp Terminal Screw?

Discussion in 'Car Audio / Security / Electronic Accessories' started by Judo_boy_48, Mar 17, 2004.

  1. Judo_boy_48

    Judo_boy_48 Senior Member

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    Does anyone know where I can get a screw for my amp terminal. I lost one of my screws and I can't use it now. I looked on radio shack website and I can't seem to find anything. Anyone know where I could get one?
     
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    Home Depot has plenty of screws. Im sure you can find one there.
     
  3. Judo_boy_48

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    I'm not sure if they make it for that purpose. But thats a lot of damn screws I have to look through.
     
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    You mean the brand? Kicker
     
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    Yeah, just go back to where you purchased it and ask if they have any spare ones lying around. That happened to me with my old Fosgates and they just gave me a few that we lying around.

    :D :D
     
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    go to a hardware store and buy one that fits... shouldnt cost but a few pennies...
     
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    I really don't want to just go to the local store and look. I really dont have time to be looking through tons of screws. Especially because I have no knowledge on what size it would be or even how to measure it.
     
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    pull one out of the amp that is the same go to the store and as a cleark
     
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    People that work at stores here are just retarded. Well most of them. But I guess I'm going to have to ask one of them.
     
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    get it from kicker go to their website and get a phone number. or go to a retailer that carries them if they dont have one there they can get you one or give you a number for someone in your area. i would not get one from your local hardware store it can mess the threads on your amp to where you cant use the one that is used from kicker.
     
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    :werd: Just pull out another one that is the same size, and go to where they have screws laying in buckets according to size, and match them up. Its not that hard and shouldnt be more than about 5 minutes of looking.
     
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    and if you cant find one to matck buy one close and retap the hole 5 min total
     
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