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ehall8702

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ehall8702 last won the day on September 21 2020

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  1. So, my cab rusted thru on my 97 chevy extended cab, I knew it was coming, I have already replaced bed and fenders and about EVERYTHING else. I got ahold of a VERY nice 3 door cab with power rear window and super clean interior. Right now I have 3 15s jammed into where rear seat was. I think I want to keep some back seats in new cab. I have really nice buckets out of an audi a6 I think I'm going to build a frame for and use as rear seats. My half ass plan is a long custom center console loaded with as much bass as I can. I really can't go any wider than 13" between seats so I think I'm going to
  2. Hopefully u don't have any issue, I tend to overbuild things that don't need it lol
  3. I'd have made some sort of rear support, that's alot of weight and torque on just two bolts. Maybe you can make something that goes like a strut between case and new mount?
  4. Finally made second alternator mount! Used factory belt and idler even. The left is a aan 300a alternator and in right is stock 120a. Have another aan 300a about to go in when the rest of my welding cable comes in! https://www.instagram.com/p/CMayAl3hV5O/?igshid=xfxzf12m63we
  5. Second alternator where ac compressor goes , simple mount fab, stock belt and idler. Will post pics as soon as youtube uploads a link. Took me about 30 minutes and $5 in metal.
  6. Ended up with 8 reikken rp1000 s, spent $425 for batteries and $35 on bus bar material. I'm about $40-50 over a single northstar h6 agm so not too bad. If these little guys don't work out like I want they will end up as a removable battery bank in the toolbox of my truck.
  7. Little bit of heat from blow dryer or heat gun should soften that stuff up and let tweeter loose. It's a mess tho wear rubber gloves maybe.
  8. Rite now outta my budget and I have ALOT of RC stuff (drones and sc trucks and such) and lipo isn't a nice thing when it decides to let the magic smoke out. I live in the woods and every road is rough asf, and with a lifted truck and 12pl 35s it makes the ride even worse, I cant see any good coming out of lipo. I'm sure it's plenty safe just out of my comfort and price range rite now. I got about $250 for budget at the moment and that'll get me 4 if the batteries I listed above.
  9. Quite a few years and MANY hours into it, stereo costs ALOT more than the truck is worth lol but it's still evolving
  10. So I'm ready to upgrade on the battery front! Right now I have two h6 wet cells under hood. They are getting weak and I'm going to go with agm power finally. In my head a few smaller agm batteries in parallel will stand up better than a single big agm. Please someone correct me if I'm wrong here tho. I been eye balling either the kinetic hc600s or the energie pr1000, both have 18ah and are same physical size. The pr1000 is supposed to be good for 1000watts and the hc600 for 600 watts, which is odd since they are the same size. Anyways, I have room for a total of 8 under my hood, being 4
  11. I'm already brainstormming a new setup ..been playing with the idea of a wall of square subs but I don't really like any of em I been checking up on! Maybe 3 more 15s are in my future!
  12. I had a friggin potatoe for a phone, FINALLY got a new phone, will get sum new video up soon.
  13. I build my own mounts and can call our parts guys with a belt widthe and length and they will send me the right stuff usually. My current idea is to use an accessory bracket from a LS engine ( alt and ps is on driver side of engine and my vortec has alt on left side of engine) so I have two alt mounts. Power steering pump is same on both engines so it "should" be an easy swap and added alt mount done easy, just getting rite belt is the only unknown at this point. What suv u got? May be able to help ya out with sum mounts if ya want. Lotsa stuff u can do with chevys
  14. Added second run of 3/0 welding and it's alot more aggressive, still haven't put in my second alt so now that the amp can pull it's maxx amperage the single 300 and two batteries can't keep up! In the process off adding active 3 way to the front doors, but slow go as I'm doing engine upgrades and welding in new body panels also on my truck. The subs are destroying my dash, literally can't keep it together, so I'm thinking a custom dash is in order. All in all still impressed with the ab tnts, had em stinky a few times but that's after a solid hour if hammering on it. Will get another video up
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