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12-26-2007 02:28 PM
Smeghead My back seat is used alot, is it more uncomfortable and difficult to 'modify the seat frame' as they say?
I like this setup alot.
12-26-2007 01:33 PM
2001sport
that would be great

please do post some pics, and the link you gave was dead or at least i couldnt get on it.
12-26-2007 08:20 AM
justice
rear seat enclosure

I used this box: http://www.offroadtoystore.com/Merch...ory_Code=33Eng... it fits right in the rear seat. It doesnt take up anyu trunk room and you cant even tell there is a subwoofer in the jeep. Sounds great too! I will post pictures later today so anyone can check it out
12-25-2007 05:40 PM
Smeghead Here you go.
From the battery through the firewall, behind the radio, under the carpet to the back seat where the amp is, then to the Sub in the trunk.
The other wire going through the rubber thing is the XM radio antenna wire thats stuck onto the hood.







12-24-2007 04:24 PM
Smeghead Im getting a camera for christmas so ill do pics then
12-24-2007 03:49 PM
Triple88a i drilled a hole through the firewall since i didnt want to run 4 gauge wires across the entire engine compartment. The location where i drilled my hole is right in the passenger feet area right next to the battery and i ran it on the outisde by the door of the passenger seat. I ran my rca cables underneath my center console, under the carpet and out to the back to the amp...

I have a rubber grommet now.. when i snapped that picture i didnt have big enough drill...

Thats looking towards the firewall from the passenger seat.


that is looking up from behind the passengers wheel.


and the way i connected it to my "red top"
12-24-2007 03:08 PM
RS9 got any pics?
12-24-2007 06:20 AM
Smeghead I already had a 12"sub in a Walmart 'build-yourself' sub box.
I had to use a saw to reduce its width to the same as the subwoofer depth in order to fit behind the back seat!

I got the power wire and wire from the back of thr stereo going under the carpet with the sub under the back seat.
It was all very accessable and easy to do
Sounds great its just not very stealthy.
12-24-2007 05:50 AM
2001sport
10 inch woofer?

What kinda box did you go with? Id love some more info on this one, thanks
12-21-2007 08:57 PM
Smeghead Theres a very big rubber hole cover right in the middle of the firewall that I had to stand on a step ladder to reach when I did my amp wiring.
It drops nicely behind the radio on the other side and can be pulled through by removing the cover below the steering wheel.
All it all it was a much easier job than on my Suby
12-21-2007 08:14 PM
justice
Subwoofer wiring

I am putting two 10 inch subwoofers in my 2000 sport. Before wiring it, where is the best spot to get through the firewall? And should I run the wires under the carpet or should I run them with the roll bars? Thanks

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