That is a NICE and CLEAN setup are the AMPS JL 1/250's ? :thumbup:
02 WHITE BLAZER X
1-Leather seats and top door panels
4-255/45/18 Pirelli Zero's on HALO rims
5-Boston Acoustics speakers in doors/dash
6-Pioneer 6x9's in the back seat area
7-K&N GEN II
8-FlowMaster 40series with 2 1/4 pipe Magnaflow SS tip
9-2/3 DROP with Belltech Spindles and Blocks
11-Removed MAF Screen
12-JL amp and one 10” JL subwoofer
13-SS mirrors WHITE, matching handles
JL 500/1 for the subs, which are 10" W3's.
JL 300/2 for the front speakers which are MB Quart DSD 216's.
Pioneer DEH-630 head unit.
12 disc Pioneer disc changer mounted in the center console.
Hidden in behind the box is a 1 farad cap. I removed the jack but the holder is still in place. The jack lives in the jumpseat hole now. I removed the seat back of the jump seat to make room for the jack. The jack is wrapped with foam rubber to prevent it from rattling around in there. Main wiring is 4 quage Soundstream audio power cable. From there it is split into 8 quage to the amps. The mounting brackets for the box are from my 12 disc changer.
After making templates out of cardboard I built the amp rack out of 3/4 MDF. The amp rack is basically a frame built around the sub box I already had. I then applied the carpet with 3M spray on adhesive. I was going to make the entire thing black but I liked the 2 tone look. I really wanted to build a frame that would allow me to show off the crossovers, distrobution block and cap but I would end up with no room whatsoever behind the seats. I wanted to leave a little room for stuff I have to haul back and forth from work.
BTW, it hits really hard. At times it feels like someone is kicking the back of my seat. I love it.
Since I took the above pictures I have upgraded the wiring from the distrobution block to 4 guage. So now the entire sytem is wired in 4 guage including the ground. The amps accept 4 guage so I figured I should use it for everything. Besides it looks better with the holes in the amps filled. Also I added some good quality RCA plugs and wire. Now I'm seriously considering building an entire new box across the entire back of the cab so I can display the crossovers, blocks and cap. MDF is cheap, it's just going to take allot of planning and work.