About the Universal Back Strap
Meet Ken Nail
My name is Ken. I seek the Holy Grail of car audio excellence. My favorite color is blue.
I came to Crutchfield in 1999. During my six years as a Crutchfield Advisor, I learned a lot about the technology behind great car and home audio. I learned even more about what people wanted in their car stereo systems.
I've been a writer for car audio and fitness tech at Crutchfield since 2005. Over the last few years, I've also carved out a niche producing demo videos for our in-dash car stereos. The hands-on experience I get with car stereos while doing video production is an invaluable aid to me in learning about their exciting features. This helps me convey that information to our customers when I write about the stereo on our website.
Before coming to Crutchfield, I spent 10 years teaching music in Charlottesville area schools. I keep my musical interests satisfied by volunteering as a classical music DJ at a local community radio station, and I stay up to date with the latest in outdoor tech by cycling, running, and backpacking.
Fun facts: I've completed an Ironman triathlon, run the Boston Marathon, hiked 1150 miles of the Appalachian Trail, and lost on Jeopardy!
More about Ken
- Started at Crutchfield in 1999
- Completed our in-house Advisor training, learning all the details of every type of product we sell
- Attend dozens of vendor training events every year
- Authored dozens of Crutchfield articles and hundreds of product presentations, primarily focused on in-dash car stereos, plus outdoor tech like running watches and cycling computers
- Produced over 600 car stereo demo videos
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This metal back strap features multiple mounting holes that make it a perfect for giving extra support to the rear of an aftermarket receiver in certain vehicles. You can also bend this pliable bracket to install tweeters in factory locations, or to help with any other uses your imagination can come up with. Warranty: 30 days.
These worked great in securing tweeters in dash location
Jeremy from Montgomery, AL
What tool did you use to cut this?
I used a pair of tin snips. You can also use wire cutters.
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More details on the Universal Back Strap
Overview: This is a universal metal back strap that will support the back portion of an aftermarket receiver that is being installed in most vehicles, RV's, trucks, or boats. It has multiple mounting/support holes that attach to the rear support of the receiver. You can then bend the bracket as needed to attach it to any support screw found inside the cavity where the receiver is being installed.
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