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Go gear in the car

Is there a way i can play my go gear in my jeep? i have a kenwood without a auxillary attachment. What do i need to buy to play it in my truck? thank you

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Re: Go gear in the car

If your jeep has a casette tape player, you can buy a casette adapter that will plug into your GoGear headphone jack.

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Posted on Feb 11, 2008

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