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Awesome! Jason is hosting a meet in November over near Randleman/Archdale if you can make it.

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How are you planning on attaching the dash?

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How are you planning on attaching the dash?
Easier to explain with a pic, do it tomorrow.
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Easier to explain with a pic, do it tomorrow.
The base is actually getting rebuild after changing the design so it will be a bit before I can photo. There is a base that the outer, stacked dash halves snap onto at the bottom. That's attached to the bracing with drill/screw inserts (sorry, don't know the name of them, def. not that) with 1/4 x .50" machine screws. The base goes up into the halves by roughly .75", then is flush with the outside edge of the halves. It's super tight, but I will probably still use a bit of router tape during the final instalation instead of glue. Just in case she needs to be pulled apart for a blown speaker.
Working on mid bass drivers today!


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in that second pic I see a bracket going to the cowl. I tied in there myself. There are also (in my 87 at least) two factory spots, one on each side of the cab that tied in to, but wasn't sure if yours had those as well.

Look forward to seeing the rest

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in that second pic I see a bracket going to the cowl. I tied in there myself. There are also (in my 87 at least) two factory spots, one on each side of the cab that tied in to, but wasn't sure if yours had those as well.

Look forward to seeing the rest
Sorry, YES I built brackets that mount to the 2 lower oem mounts. Easily accessible and worked perfect. It is Build so every part can be easily removed and remounted. I thought the question pertained to the upper halves.
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More pics, changed a couple things since while I'm building, I'm learning!



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WOW!!!

At the end of the day, it's just car audio man
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Loving it!

I am still trying to find that Audison amp for your subs. They pop up here every now and then.

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Ohhhh yes! You have got me thinking so hard about my dash.

I'll be watching your Build for sure!
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Hi everyone,

Had to take some time off but I'm back at it and feeling a bit better. Been working on the dash this week and hopefully by the end of the week, I will start redesigning the center console/sub box. Going with a stacked design that will meet up to the center part of the dash. Going to get a bit funky with the interior of the sub box too, fallen in love with Randall K's designs. Also, looking at sub boxes built by guys like Jeremy @Spokane, EAS Dave and Kyle Golden, it just inspires me to do something better. I had a opportunity to speak with Dave and he mentioned that his console box, that was just artwork, sounded different, in a good way, than others he's built. It's just so much tedious, ball bustin' router work for a large center console/ported sub enclosure!

The center section of the dash will house whatever gauge setup I go with and some sort of head unit/controller. Originally I was sold on the Bit products, but now I'm thinking of something a little more user friendly for dad. After all, the audio part of this Build is my fix. The center section will actually be a bit wider and will overlap the outside dash innermost pieces. The center console sides will come up and meet the outermost center pieces and continue to the rear cab wall.

The one thing I would love some input on is midbass port placement. I originally thought if I have it come out of the top of the dash halves and reflect off of the windshield, it would help. Then I changed my mind and figured placing it under the 4" mid, on the flat part of the dash, keeping it as wide as possible would be best. I have included the tech sheet on the driver for anyone interested and the enclosure is exactly to these specs. The CDT HD-M6 is rated at 150wrms and it looks like it will be receiving 140w. Will be actively xover with the AV5.1k. Any input is appreciated!

Thanks guys, J


Thanks TheDavel, you know I have been thinking about the amp set up and I keep coming back to the idea of just buying a VOCE AV 5.1k to do the whole damn thing. Just sell off the 2 SRX2S's.
It's the exact Power setup I need for the CDT's: 75x2 4&tweet/ 140x2 6.5"midbass/ 1000x1 3 or 4-8's.






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That work looks great!
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Working on the back side.


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That work looks great!
Thanks man, really appreciate it. Biggest thing I have ever attempted to Build and still learning how to use the router.
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So prior to doing research and finding out about incredible guys like Joey from 12VTools & Micah from SONUS, I had ideas for this build... ideas from 95'. Some of these pics are from before I bought the best tools in the marketplace from these 2. I'm apologizing ahead of time for copying Jeremy from Spokane & EAS Dave's sub box design in the near future.
No need to apologize, Me and Jamie are just guys like you and we love influencing others... More so, we love being influenced. Your Build is influencing us and thousands more out there!! Keep the dust a flying as long as you can!

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I need to edit that quote, it should have read "I'm going to attempt to copy..."!
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Got the skeleton in place for some Sonus VERT layup.


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Awesome! Jason is hosting a meet in November over near Randleman/Archdale if you can make it.

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I am so upset I missed this, if you guys happen to meet up again any time soon please PM me. Would love to meet you guys. Also, if any of you are in the Winston area and would like to see the project, feel free to shoot me a PM.
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Got some Vert on dash pieces today. They still need a final pass with some Matter, but finally this thing is starting to look like a dash!






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Had to redesign how the dash pieces come apart yesterday. The top of the dash, all the way up by the windshield, would not clear the Speaker mounts when trying to remove (had a brain fart while installing...ugh). So the best thing I could come up with, was to attach it to the mount for the fronts halves. That way it can easily be removed and the 2 small seams will be very difficult to see since there so far forward and behind the dash humps.

While I had it out, took a pic of the midbass enclosure mounted up in the truck. Still need to figure out where to port the enclosure. It needs to be 2" x 13.8".



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More amazing progress! I'm surprised this Build isn't getting more attention. You are showcasing some incredible talent, attention to detail, progression of the hobby, etc.

Either way, I'm tuned in and looking for updates whenever you've got time to post them!

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