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Showing off my new System in a 99 single cab.

The system consist of

30lbs of RAAMAT
3.5 Yards of ensolite
Kicker zx200.2
Kicker zx750.1
Kicker X series RCAs
Alpine SPX-17ref Components
Infinity 10" Sub (came with truck) in .86 cubit feet
Pioneer AVH-P3100DVD

The goals were to keep full range of the seats and have a clean sounding and looking system. I am pretty happy with it so far! Has plents of Bass Mid's and Hi's

http://s260.photobucket.com/albums/i...ger%20Install/
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Looks nice!
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Clean install. I've been wanting to mat my doors. They rattle like hell haha
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Very nice! I can appreciate that you spent the most on the most important parts of the system. I rarely see people on here give enough attention to the front speakers.
This is how its done..
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Thanks guys!

The front speakers are what counts if you're looking for SQ, not too much bass is really needed in such a small cab.
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Thanks guys!

The front speakers are what counts if you're looking for SQ, not too much bass is really needed in such a small cab.
I've got a 10 inch single Rockford Fosgate. It hits harder than any thugger bumper i know. thats proof that you don't need to get crazy stupid with your subs.

Also, very clean install, i wish i had the money to mat my doors, cause they rattle a ton ever since i cut them up for my sony 6X9's
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I've got a 10 inch single Rockford Fosgate. It hits harder than any thugger bumper i know. thats proof that you don't need to get crazy stupid with your subs.

Also, very clean install, i wish i had the money to mat my doors, cause they rattle a ton ever since i cut them up for my sony 6X9's
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I thought about that but heard too many horror stories about it peeling off ect... Enough RAAMAT to do both doors and the back wall is only $100 with shipping and it's high quality stuff.

RAAMmat BXT II
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Well if you put it behind the factory door panels there's not too big of a chance that it'll peel off..

I've got a couple rolls of it laying around so I'm gonna try it on my floor, door panels, and part of the firewall when it warms up around here..



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I spy, with my little eye a 10 dollar chicago electric drill in the background lol, did someone go to harbor freight?
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It makes a big difference in the product that you use,
the roofing peelnstick is a tar compound, no where near as effective as a rubber based product.

you would be better off using a small quantity of good stuff then to use a ton of roofing sealer. just fyi..
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