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I don't trust his building skills, or his product recommendations. I'm sure he is a stand up guy, but that doesn't mean I'd let him wire my truck or design a box for it....

*Edit- Knu wire is some seriously legit stuff, you won't be disappointed. Its really flexible and it's got tons of strands.

Ohhh ok. I think I'm gonna go with that but do you think 20 feet will be enough?

2006 Ford F150 4.6 3v

(2) Digital Deisgns 3515's D4

Digital Designs M3B w/ Toolmaker Dual Inputs

Mike Singer Built 340 Amp Alternator

Arc Audio KS 300.4

*mids and highs to come soon*

Alpine 148BT

And tons of 0 AWG

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If you are in a budget i would do welding wire. OFC 100% and cheaper https://weldingsupply.securesites.net/cgi-bin/einstein.pl?Next::1:UNDEF:OR:terms::PA#A2

Build Under Construction

Head Unit = Kenwood DDX514

Amps = Kicker 750.1, Going to install Sundown 1500D v3 and Sundown 125.4

Battery = XS D3400

Wires = Kicker RCA's, 0 Gauge street wire and Stinger

Mids and Highs = Stock

Sub= Kicker L7 12"

Alternator = 220 Mechman

Sound Deadner= Fatmat and Stinger Road Kill

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How much wire you need is dependent on your car. How much did it take for your current run? If you're adding wire for the Big3, maybe 10 feet?

Unsure. I pulled it out of a car that got traded in at work. This was two years back before I didn't know much about car audio. I have a 06 F150 crew cab. The amp will be located in the back seat.

2006 Ford F150 4.6 3v

(2) Digital Deisgns 3515's D4

Digital Designs M3B w/ Toolmaker Dual Inputs

Mike Singer Built 340 Amp Alternator

Arc Audio KS 300.4

*mids and highs to come soon*

Alpine 148BT

And tons of 0 AWG

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How much wire you need is dependent on your car. How much did it take for your current run? If you're adding wire for the Big3, maybe 10 feet?

Unsure. I pulled it out of a car that got traded in at work. This was two years back before I didn't know much about car audio. I have a 06 F150 crew cab. The amp will be located in the back seat.

I don't think 20' us enough for the power, ground, AND Big3. Power and ground, it's probably enough though.

Im not the one you want to try to troll. Just a fyi for you.

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How much wire you need is dependent on your car. How much did it take for your current run? If you're adding wire for the Big3, maybe 10 feet?

Unsure. I pulled it out of a car that got traded in at work. This was two years back before I didn't know much about car audio. I have a 06 F150 crew cab. The amp will be located in the back seat.

I don't think 20' us enough for the power, ground, AND Big3. Power and ground, it's probably enough though.

Ok thanx. I have a 250 amp fuse currently. Should that be ok for the 0 awg. Or do I need a 300 amp?

2006 Ford F150 4.6 3v

(2) Digital Deisgns 3515's D4

Digital Designs M3B w/ Toolmaker Dual Inputs

Mike Singer Built 340 Amp Alternator

Arc Audio KS 300.4

*mids and highs to come soon*

Alpine 148BT

And tons of 0 AWG

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