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Old December 13th, 2009, 11:03 PM
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well i recently purchased a new truck, today heath (Basscort2009) and zach (zacht214) came over and helped me do the install on the new truck, i purchased some knu konceptz from zach, did the big 3, ran that wire to a second temporary duralast battery and then ran 4 guage from the second batt. to the amp, installed an 8 volt line driver and my bass cube, heres some pictures

the big 3 done in all knu 0 guage

pictures of the wiring before puttin the trim pieces back on

and a pic of the wiring and battery


big thanks to heath and zach for all the help! hits ALOT harder and best of all, no light dimming!


2 15" fi ssd's coming soon, along w/ a power tech battery under the hood and a sprinter in the rear
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Interesting, who are Heath and Zach?




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Are you gonna leave that battery just laying on the floor? If you are, you should think about making a box of some sort to cover it.





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lol sorry they are my friends from another forum that stopped by to help, i copied and pasted it from that forum onto this one
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Are you gonna leave that battery just laying on the floor? If you are, you should think about making a box of some sort to cover it.
that battery is temporary, im gettin a sprinter battery for the back soon (105lbs) and im gonna make a box that intergrates an amp rack, battery rack and sub box all in one
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Cool, post some pics on the new install when done.

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Cool, post some pics on the new install when done.
gotta get an alarm and tint first, hopefully that will be for christmas
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how hard was the big three?


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how hard was the big three?
its extremely easy, if you find some 0 guage and your ever in the dallas area ill show you how to do it


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