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So I am soon to do a big install in my 15 Sierra double cab and I plan to mount my two amps, Lc7i, and the power and ground distribution to the back wall. I don't want to zip screws through the wall and I'm in need of a method to attach either a 1/2" piece of MDF or a piece of 1/2" PVC foam board. Which should I use and how to mount it to the rear wall? 

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MaxSuperDog, please explain your recommendation in depth.

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13 minutes ago, BT3 said:

I used the factory bolts to put a 1/2 inch sheet of plywood on the wall

 

works great

 

link to my build log

 

https://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/build-logs-project-install-gallery/362722-2017-silverado-build-log-4.html

Do you know how to get rid of or at least how to quiet down the chimes bc they are loudd stock and with my 4 channel on my highs I can only imagine how earpiercingly painful it'd be

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1 hour ago, ChristianR said:

Do you know how to get rid of or at least how to quiet down the chimes bc they are loudd stock and with my 4 channel on my highs I can only imagine how earpiercingly painful it'd be

Huh?

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Just now, lapoolboy said:

Huh?

The door chimes are loud and will be louder when an amp is installed

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3 minutes ago, lapoolboy said:

Ok.  I follow now.  I was unaware the key chime was produced by the radio speakers.

Yes it is the front left dash and door speaker

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1 hour ago, BT3 said:

I used the factory bolts to put a 1/2 inch sheet of plywood on the wall

 

works great

 

link to my build log

 

https://www.diymobileaudio.com/forum/build-logs-project-install-gallery/362722-2017-silverado-build-log-4.html

I didnt know you were in diyma too!

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