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2007 Chevy Silverado 1500 "Classic"

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A repost from a very well put together installation still in progress:

Got a friend that has a 2007 Chevy Silverado 1500 Classic and he already had some JL Audio ZR components installed (if you would even call them installed.The work was HORRRRIBLE).He initially came to me wanting as much CLEAN,LOW bass as possible without having to cut into the bed or giving up any seat space.I immediately thought of the Digital Designs 1008b's.After a few phone calls with Steve over at DD we got something worked up mapped out.After popping a few panels inside and seeing the pitiful quality of the work inside, my buddy agreed to let me strip everything out and re-install all the existing equipment.

Now, on with the pics......

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I'll see what I can get these things to do ;)

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If you've ever done work with the JL ZR components, you know what a pain in the *** it is to try and hide the GARGANTUAN crossovers.It's not a problem if you are doing an install where you aren't trying to hide them, but show them rather for cosmetic appeal, but that wasn't the case here.I still stashed them completely out of sight, but, again, they are a pain to work with.

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Mid-console piece

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+ PAC Audio LC1

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= Sub knob ;)

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Back door

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I ALWAYS have people ask me questions about how I run the wire through the back doors on these GM vehicles with the harnesses in the door molex.It isn't anything complicated, but I figured this would help people out if they were wondering the same.This is not the ONLY way to do it while retaining the factory harness, I want to make that clear.You can also use a micro die grinder and bore out a spot were there are un-used pins.It just depends on how many wires you are running through and what size.

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I agree, so without further ado.....

Coupling the two 10 gauge positive wires from the sub to the one 12 gauge speaker wire

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Heatshrinked

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And taped ;)

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Depth when mounted in the box

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Thanks man.I see you're an admin on there.Big guy on the site eh? ;) I'll have to see about joining on there.Again, I aprpeciate all the props and positive feedback.I reward you with more pictures fing34.gif

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