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Old 09-14-2008
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New Custom Amp Rack

I finally got some spare time to remove one of my back seats and build this to go in its place.

Sorry, they are kinda low quality pics off my phone but tell me what you think.

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this is what it looked like before

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is that 8 gauge power and ground?
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Looks good, and now you can use you floor again.
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is that 8 gauge power and ground?
no, its 4 ga. on both of them
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Old 09-30-2008
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Tucker do you have any mounted pics? Is that 3/4 particle board? Looks really good. I like the cleanlyness...
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Looks a lot better!!! Good job...
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Not bad man clean stuff
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Damn very clean! Nice install!
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Looks much better!
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hey ive been off the forum for a while but thanks for the comments guys. im glad you think its cool. i was just sick of the amp being on the floor cause **** just piles up back there and it was getting all scratched.
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Just saw this, super clean job! Very nice!
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Just saw this, super clean job! Very nice!
hey thanks man.
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Looks good. Nice cclean simple way to make your truck better.
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now all you need to do is fugure out where that sub is gonna go....

looks great though! I did something very similiar to this with my stereo install.
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now all you need to do is fugure out where that sub is gonna go....

looks great though! I did something very similiar to this with my stereo install.
yeah the sub is kinda ugly... i built the box myself but it was my first one so i didnt really know how i should make it. one thing i like about it though is that since its just sitting on the floor i can take it out real quick if i need the space.
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Looks pretty good to me. I have mine over half done. I am building a storage box on part of it, I just need the time to finish it.
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Looks pretty good to me. I have mine over half done. I am building a storage box on part of it, I just need the time to finish it.
well post up some pics when you get it finished and lets see what it looks like.
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yeah the sub is kinda ugly... i built the box myself but it was my first one so i didnt really know how i should make it. one thing i like about it though is that since its just sitting on the floor i can take it out real quick if i need the space.
heres what I came up with...

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ya it looks better now then it did before
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Nice work.
Home grown rack. Nice.
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heres what I came up with...

Damn dude!! THAT IS SICK!!! how much would you charge to build me one of those?
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wow!!! that puts mine to shame. nice job man i really like that.

i wish i had a carpeted interior though.
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I actually pulled my carpet and put vinyl in lol

thanks for the compliments
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Keith, do you have the measurements for that? I would love to bulid one like it.
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