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Default Little project for dad, 84 C10 Widebody

Hi guys,
So I am a old timer that loves audio, and became addicted in high school after installing a Punch 150 running 2 15" Kicker Comps in a 83 Celica HB. That poor rear hatch. . . Anyway, I'm sure just like most of us my dad loves going to car shows and looking at all the cool stuff. So in 2001 he decided to buy a clean, freshly restored 84' C10 to have fun with and use around the house.

Well roughly a year and a half ago I found out that I had a serious health issues to deal with and went and stayed with him for a few months. While there I noticed old blue sitting in the garage without tags and looking lonely, so I turned her into a project. What started out as a upgraded interior, a cheap set of Coy staggered wheels from ebay, little bit of lowering and a basic paint job has turned into this. I should note that I found out this is the last thing I'm going to build so it became a mission. Sound quality and staging is most important on this one, so I didn't want to door mount and have legs in the way. At the same time I want the interior to be exceptionally clean and resto mod esq.

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Speakers: CDT Audio
All enclosures are to exact spec.
3 - QES820's in a 2.6cft ported enclosure
Pair of HDM6's in a .40 cft ported enclosure each behind the dash
Pair of HD4's in .05 sealed next to the 6
Pair of DRT26 silk tweeters, one it's up and running I'm going to play with the mounting location.
Pair of MX1000 SX 3 Way passive crossovers

AMPS: AUDISON
Currently I have a pair of SRX 2S's that will run each 3 way set. I have debated running one on the 4/tweet and the other on the 6's, tbd. Mono sub amp will be purchased soon if anyone has one for sale. Has to be Audison.

Controller TBD

Wish me luck, I need it!
J








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Front --- 12" wider total
* 3" Hanneman fiberglass fender w/3" Bushwacker flare
* 22x11" MHT wheels 305-30-22 Pirelli

Rear --- 16" wider total
* 5" Hanneman fiberglass bedside w/3" Bushwacker flare
* 24x15" MHT wheels 405-25-24 Pirelli

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sub'd. the rendering is sweet


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I love those trucks, and your gear selection is extremely good. I would consider finding an alpine pxa h701 and matching controller as the source and processing, no need for the h800 in my opinion. many good lucks!
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I love those trucks, and your gear selection is extremely good. I would consider finding an alpine pxa h701 and matching controller as the source and processing, no need for the h800 in my opinion. many good lucks!
I checked out the 701, thanks for the tip Lycancatt. I still have my Sony ES 910 so thinking about something newer although, ODR still gets me excited. Not very user friendly for dad...

Thanks Ken, can't wait to hear the HDM6's in that ported enclosure with 150w a side! Man, I really want to run all 4 of these 8's. There has to be a way ....

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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.











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Couple more.







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Wow this is gonna be awesome J.

Thanks for the kind words .
It looks like you are having fun already.

Can't wait to see the progress

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A whole lot of good work happening in here.
I hope this is not your last and I wish you the best.

Lots of other NC people here. If you need a hand, just ask.

I like building stuff. I'm not very good at it but I enjoy it.
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Wow this is gonna be awesome J.

Thanks for the kind words .
It looks like you are having fun already.

Can't wait to see the progress
I will do a before/after with your bits w/EVOL. Problem is people will think this is a promo... THAT DIFFERENT. Can thank you enough J!
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A whole lot of good work happening in here.
I hope this is not your last and I wish you the best.

Lots of other NC people here. If you need a hand, just ask.
Can't thank you enough..., and I may need to take advantage of the offer.

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sub'd. the rendering is sweet
This was the first time I have ever had a rendering done. Here's some of the other pics we used. Dad got the finished rendering on fathers day!



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Just opened a box at my fathers house and found stuff from my bedroom from growing up, circa 93/94'. Wonder if the Game Boy that's still in the box works?





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Been working on the dash skeleton this weekend, passenger side almost done.



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beautiful woodworking!!!this gonna be nice

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Man that's going to look killer! I know it's y'all's to build but have you thought of an HID retrofit instead of the LEDs.
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seems like a slow burn, looking forward to this!

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Man that's going to look killer! I know it's y'all's to build but have you thought of an HID retrofit instead of the LEDs.
We talking headlights, I love hearing ideas! The only reason I'm thinking LED, is because of a possible sponsership deal with Rigid. I have had their product on 2 Raptors I had and absolutely love the product. I have had other similar lighting products on other vehicles and in my opinion, nothing compares. Currently, I want to go with 2015 Tahoe OEM tail's, just like the 2 squares when illuminated.
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Thanks man, really appreciate that. It's solely because of Joey from 12VTools priducts. This is the first project I have ever used a router on. Almost lost 2 fingers and have destroyed a couple pieces during the learning process but all in all, pretty easy to pick up. YouTube has been a tremendous help!
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seems like a slow burn, looking forward to this!
It is, have good and bad days so if I can get out of bed and into the garage, it's on! Although, this is my full time job until it's done. I've been lucky, been slowing down over the last 2 years and been doing more consulting work to eliminate stress. Because of that, I was able to rearrange my schedule to knock this out. Have some new pics for ya.



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Couple more and that's up to date. The 4" midrange enclosure is .05 cu.ft. sealed, tiny! The small hole next to the 6.7" midbass will be for the 2 x 13.8" port, not the tweeter. I have a cool idea for the tweet, think Audi B&O... literally. Well at least the mount. I don't know if there will be a location yet, tbc.








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Dang, what part of NC? Will we get to see this beauty at one of our meets?

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We talking headlights, I love hearing ideas! The only reason I'm thinking LED, is because of a possible sponsership deal with Rigid. I have had their product on 2 Raptors I had and absolutely love the product. I have had other similar lighting products on other vehicles and in my opinion, nothing compares. Currently, I want to go with 2015 Tahoe OEM tail's, just like the 2 squares when illuminated.
Yes I was talking headlights. I this going to be strictly a show truck and towed everywhere or a real driver?

If it's a show truck and your sponsored by all means do the free stuff. If you have ever driven with proper hids you wouldn't even look at those led cubes for driving lights. Not even sure if that's legal. Although hid retrofits aren't legal either haha.
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Dang, what part of NC? Will we get to see this beauty at one of our meets?


Dad is close to Winston, thats where I'm building her. If you schedule it I, or dad, will come! After all, I'm building this for him and the truck lives here. I shouldn't say this here but its true. Dad is 73 and if the radio plays, he's happy. I would really like for as many people that see the truck, to hear the truck, and he's ready and willing. He will love for someone to just ask if they can hear it, that kind of guy.

FYI, Truck won't be complete until new year, but that doesn't mean I don't have something else to show up with.....
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Yes I was talking headlights. I this going to be strictly a show truck and towed everywhere or a real driver?

If it's a show truck and your sponsored by all means do the free stuff. If you have ever driven with proper hids you wouldn't even look at those led cubes for driving lights. Not even sure if that's legal. Although hid retrofits aren't legal either haha.
Rigid actually has a SAE compliant high, and low beam 4x6 light! Good friend of mine has a business that tried to become SAE compliant with one of many products they offer. He says they have so many stipulations, that any product that bears the SAE name is the benchmark in quality, so I feel it's the coolest thing out there. Not to mention, it would match the led in the grill.
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