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  1. Looking damn good!! I'm really looking forward to your progress on the truck and trailer since we both have similar setups with similar goals for them. You're on the right track with running wire up to the alternator instead of messing with the converter in the trailer. The converter puts out 30 amps per circuit at best and they are notoriously low quality. They're also not great at charging batteries, especially AGMs, so an intellicharger or something would be nice for when you're at your shop. The fact that you don't seem to be getting any appreciable charging from your truck bothers me.
  2. Make sure to do a lot of research on towing a big load like that. Even though you may be below the towing limit, I'd be willing to bet that you are quite above the cargo payload limit when you get fully loaded up. There will be a sticker inside the driver's door frame that will list the cargo load limit. That weight includes your weight beyond 150 lbs, your passengers, fuel, any cargo (coolers, food, etc) and the weight of your trailer on the rear of the truck (tongue weight). Usually toy haulers put about 12 to 15% of their weight on the tongue, so at your 9,000 lb suggested weight of the tra
  3. Make sure to do a lot of research on towing a big load like that. Even though you may be below the towing limit, I'd be willing to bet that you are quite above the cargo payload limit when you get fully loaded up. There will be a sticker inside the driver's door frame that will list the cargo load limit. That weight includes your weight beyond 150 lbs, your passengers, fuel, any cargo (coolers, food, etc) and the weight of your trailer on the rear of the truck (tongue weight). Usually toy haulers put about 12 to 15% of their weight on the tongue, so at your 9,000 lb suggested weight of the tra
  4. It seems you have a lot of air space and port. 4.4 cubes per sub and 100 inches of port is definitely on the higher side of what I've seen X-15's in. Where maybe the more educated posters might be able to help out is with two ports I would assume the tuning stays the same but the port area doubles which would leave you with a tune of 23 Hz which I'm sure everyone would agree is very low. I've got a single X-15 D2 on a sundown 2500 in a box (3.5ish net cubes with about 60 inches of port) that is close to the specs that sundown suggests and it works pretty good for a single sub in a crew cab t
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