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If he could do it, that would be bad ass, who has done this already? This is the next step, moving stuff. Now, if he put all this money into it, only to run Sony or Pyle then it would be stupid but if he used quality stuff mixed with moving boxes it would he bad ass! Good luck man!
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Sounds complicated but thats what makes it fun. I don't find it very fun to just buy expensive equipment and throw it in. What did you do other than spend money??? Make it look and sound good. Go for it dude.
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I just might have your answer.....around christmas I saw somethng out the corner of my eye while shopping for after christmas clearance stuf with the wife. It was a christmas tree spinner. It slowly turns the tree but at a pace you can see clearly that its spinning. the base of it is round and kind of large but Im sure it would have no prob turning 40 lbs.

I bought it and stored it til I could figure out what I would use it for. It also has a plug for lights that spins with the tree to eliminate that wire problem. I would do a search for one might  be easier than you think.

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oh here is the exact one I have

Circular motorization, how can I do it? - Page 2 -- posted image.

http://www.nelsons-christmas.com/stands/revstand.htm

says up to 150lband its $94

hope this helps a bit

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Posted: April 28, 2005 at 8:22 PM / IP Logged  
Not quite a 40 lb box, but here ya go:
http://www.installz.com/amp.html
Also please note I DID NOT do the install and am not trying to take the credit for it. Just saw the vehicle at a show and shot a quick video. Compressed the hell out of the video to make the size somewhat bearable. I apologize for the low quality, but it gets the point across.
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My question to you is, Was the amp functional or was it just for show? I have my own ways on how to do this with a functional amp but they are trade secrets.
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As far as I know it WAS fully functional. You can see all the wiring is plugged into the amp and running through the center post.
"I have my own ways on how to do this with a functional amp but they are trade secrets."
I thought the whole point of a forum dedicated to our trade was to share info/ideas/secrets/etc.
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Well, like you said the video quality sucks. It proves a point but I couldn't see anywires. Also some secrets go to the grave.
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the only problem is,,, i don't know exactly how much power your strips of metal and door transfer pins are going to handel, with big power they might be sparking and arching like a bumper car. haha, also if you only have a wire from one point on the metal strip going to the speaker, as it goes around the total resistance of the circut might slowly go up and down as the position of the conectors change distance from these wires, so think about making multiple conections to limit this, or using some thick metal to ensure high conductance
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I appreciate all the help! I am going to order that christmas tree spinner :)
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