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vudke911 
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Posted: July 05, 2002 at 3:16 PM / IP Logged  
I have a 600w coustic amp pushing 2 eclipse 12's in my 2000 limited access cab tundra. I have the subs set up verticaly on the rear drivers side seat. I need to know how i can bring the power wire from the battery to the amp (which will be in the same vicinity of the subs) and a good place to hook up my ground wire, which has to be no longer that 3 feet away from the amp. Any information would be more than helpful.
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GlassWolf 
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Posted: July 05, 2002 at 4:38 PM / IP Logged  
My initial thought:
find a rubber grommet in the firewall and push your power line through there (I'd use at least an 8AWG power line there, which you can get cheap at 99 cents per foot from radio shack.. very good, supple cable too) then route it over top of the steering column, across to the driver's side kick panel, where I'd then run it under the door-edge molding to behind the seats. I'd look at pulling out your bench and putting the amp under the bench, then grounding it to one of the four main-bolts that hold in your seats.
Use a large ring-terminal for this.
-GlassWolf
Pioneer Stage-4, Orion, DynAudio, Fi

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