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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 12-11-2007, 12:37 AM Thread Starter
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Best place to run 1/0 into a 3rd gen dodge

Well the system is on the way, well the new stuff anyway. Putting in polk momo components in the doors with a 350.2 pushin em. Fiberglass box under the back seat for 2 12" L7s and probably a sx1250.1 amp pushing those. Gonna mount the amps on the back wall of the cab just wondering where to run it in. Is there a place where i can drill a hole in the floor somewhere back there and use one of those compression bushings to seal it off good? 1/0 would be a little obvious under the carpet lol.:

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well I cant say that Im very familiar with the dodge cabs but your gonna have enough room under the seat for 2 L7s? hmmm is it a box you built or ordered??? the only reason I ask is because I have 1 10 type R under my back seat and it is tight...I still think it looks for more air space but maybe you found something I didnt...please post pics with the system installed...

as for you wiring question...Im not familiar with dodges enough to help...I would if the back of the cab be best with a big rubber grommet...good luck:Thumbup:

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I always used large compression water tight connectors from electric supply houses. They look clean and work great!

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It's a custom built fiberglass box to fit under the back seat (this one http://www.supercrewsound.com/shop/detail/11/547.htm.) It may be just a little tight on airspace but I've been told by one of my sound guru buddies that this setup should sound awesome.

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