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shawnmason01

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  1. I don't, i just followed the standard wiring diagram that came in the box. The amp wires were ran thru the tailgate, above the spare tire, then along the chasis, up along the firewall under the hood and to the battery. I used zip ties to secure the wiring .
  2. I have mine working. I had to reprint the parts with PETG filament to make them UV and sunlight resistant. The first ones warped. I wired in a power switch as there are times I will use the system without the tailgate down (for example when camping and I have my hitch in). I also, just ran a standard amp wiring kit along the undercarriage rather than cutting into or modifying my 7pin connection. The 10 Gauge wire was much cheaper than buying the $90 pigtail. BT Controller - https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00WVTS4R4/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  3. I am trying a slightly different approach on this. I have a 3D printer, so I have designed replacement panels along with panels that have recesses for the bluetooth controller and an aux port. Once I get the marine speakers in, I will print panels that have mounts for them as well.
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