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Gmc Canyon Extended Cab.

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Just a little build log of what I have done so far, with crappy cell phone pictures.

The Truck

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Making holes to run the wire.

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Installed grommets for two runs of 1/0, one positive and one negative.

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Mocked up false floor.

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Wrapped up and wired up distro blocks.

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Wired up the stereo

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Wired up and mounted the amp.

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finished as it sits now.

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Still have some ideas to remount the amp/amps.

When it gets warmer out Ill be laying down some fiberglass for kickpods and working on mounting tweeters somewhere.

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Thanks, thats when I first got it. Much dirtier now, also put a tonneau cover on it. I'm already thinking of pulling the GCON out and dropping in the ICON to compare a bit as its been awhile since I've heard my ICON.

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Thanks, thats when I first got it. Much dirtier now, also put a tonneau cover on it. I'm already thinking of pulling the GCON out and dropping in the ICON to compare a bit as its been awhile since I've heard my ICON.

Would be interested in hearing your perspective. :)

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Looking good! Someday I'll make it over there to hear it.

More then welcome to, It probably will change by then though. Already got ideas in my head to change up the false floor / mounting platform, cause something needs to be done.

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:rofl2::dancing:

It is a classic part of the Baltimore skyline, Bromo seltzer tower. Used to have a large factory attached to it, but that was all leveled.

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Really nice looking building, I have found myself appreciating the looks of some older buildings. Even some of the decrepit ones in downtown Detroit.

To further take this topic off track, you may enjoy this blog: http://leftbirmingham.blogspot.com

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