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I'm working on trying to make it easy to safely and quickly remove my amps from my truck if I get a flat. Currently the sub amp is mounted on an MDF disc that is fitted to the ID of the rim for my spare tire. My other amp for the front stage will be mounted to the underside of the disc. I'm going to use threaded rod and wingnuts to secure the MDF disc to the rim so it stays in place, but can be removed easily. If I need to take the amps out then I'm going to have to disconnect the amps' 4 gage from the distribution blocks which is impossible without tools. So instead of pulling fuses and messing with allen wrenches, while trying to change a tire in the rain, I'm considering quick disconnects such as:

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Does anyone have an opinion on the "extra" connections in the power supply? Will it hurt my ground? I took the time to run 1/0 from the block and chassis to the battery and from the battery to my distribution block so I don't want to add any unnecessary noise.

Also, any opinion about noise using molex connectors between the amps and my speakers?

Thanks guys,

Tom
 

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