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Duraback bedliner Interior question

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by opfor2, Sep 7, 2005.

  1. opfor2

    opfor2 1/2 ton status

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    Hi all,

    I’m going to remove my old carpet and install a “Duraback” bed liner (http://www.nonslipcoating.com/) in place of the carpet. My question is my stereo’s amp in installed under the passenger seat and I was wondering how I’m going to route the wires? What have some of you done with electronics installed under your seats and no carpet to hide them under? I was thinking of maybe using some sort of conduit or something. Any pictures or ideas would be helpful.


    Dan..
     
  2. 85mudblazin

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    I had mine running behind the drivers kickpanel and under the sill on the floor, I then had to cut a notch where I wanted the wires to some out. You can only see about 8" of wire and that is from the sill to the amp. I could get a pic if you want.
     
  3. justhorsinaround

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    You're supposed to hide the wires?

    Huh.
     
  4. bobalob

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    i wrapped wires into one ran about a foot threw drilled hole into console where amp resides. speaker wires out either side to waterproof 6x9s under the driver and passenger seats the wires out the back to the water proofed subs. will be adding lock to console and speakers come out in 10 seconds for hosing out interior. i have no top due to unfortunate excessive excitment with sawzall and needed cheap water proof=lots of duct tape. works great! :D
     
  5. CyberSniper

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    I ran all my wires through the A-pillars, roof, and B-pillars. It's a major pain in the ass but they're out of harm's way (I hope).
     

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