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audioworks04

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About audioworks04

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    Travis Vanderweide
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    2015 2500HD 6.6

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  1. What did you use to figure poet length on a funnel shaped port? Like the layout and plan, what’s it tuned at? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I had a small black plastic filling cabinet in that spot in my previous truck. Fit perfect and allowed me to keep things inside it and also on the lid as a tray. Sorry no pictures. I’d recommend going to your local Office Depot/Max or staples with some measurements and a tape measure cheap and VERY functional. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Any idea what he did without removing the covers? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. 330amp is unreal, I would want a deep cycle as close as possible, which would also reduce the cost of wire from the vehicle battery all the way back. 20+ft of 1/0 or larger along with a large fuse holder is going to be rather pricy. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. 86k on my 15 and the drivers is dead, out if warranty so I guess I’ll wait winter is over and I can ride the bike to work while I tear a seat out and replace it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. 330amp?!? Are you sure? You’ll need a minimum of 1/0 gauge wire and you’ll want to add a second battery to the truck for that amount of current draw. Your best option in my opinion would be to add two deep cycle batteries to the trailer and charge them from the 7pin plug as others have mentioned. 330amp pull is very large, you’ll be hard pressed to find a fuse that large. I would guess you have something more around 40-60amp which would still recommend 4 gauge wire, which by the time you buy it and a quality disconnect you will probably spend more than you would a battery and battery box with probably lower performance. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Will the inverter allow it to dim? I would think that as the inverter saw a voltage drop it would shut down. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I also use milk crates to organize my toolbox, it works great and is easy to pull crates out to make more room if necessary. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Shed building help

    Short answer is yes, but depends on the region you live in as frost and ground heaving might be a concern. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Fuse box below a pillar on the side of dash. The cigarette lighter fuse has an extra spot that allows it to be ignition sourced rather than hot all the time. You can use this extra spot to tap into ign power with a male spade connector, just make sure you fuse it as the camera requires. Ground cam obviously be sourced from tons of places. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. How was the install? Remove the leather cover and getting it stretched back on properly has me a little leary of attempting this.
  12. Has anyone found the heating element to purchase other than from the dealer, and if so where and cost? How is the install?
  13. My drivers side heated seat has stopped working within the last week also, have you had any luck with your claim? My truck is a 2015 with 80k on it.
  14. All good options, I'm a little less main stream. If you are okay with purchasing online look into skar or Ct sounds, you tend to get a little more bang for your buck. Read reviews and specs, high price tags don't always mean better. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. I have bose, but have always been an audio nut. Personally I would add an audiocontrol lc2i along with a 5 channel amp. Replacing all speakers and powering them off the amp as well as a small sub. But on a budget start with just front door speakers. Don't worry too much about rear speakers unless they are blown, just fade more to the front. The rear speakers aren't all that important think if you are at a concert how much is behind you? Then as budget allows add a high quality interface or processor to add an amp and sub. The kicker vvs is a nice system, but as others have stated you can get a lot more for the money. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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