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  1. #31
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    That looks great, congrats!

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    Looking shweet man. Just try to remember you have a boat behind you when you mash that skinny pedal and show everyone at the red light you can keep up with traffic even with an extra 2 tons behind you
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  3. #33
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    great looking setup, bro!

    bit envious here
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  4. #34
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    Nice rig pics!
    My Mom said I'm not allowed to get wet!
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  5. #35
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    And a year later finally an update. STEREO INSTALL TIME

    This was probably one of the smaller yet most complex stereo installs I've done in a while.

    New Kenwood DVD HU
    Clarion 4ch Amp - that cool little brick sized 4ch Class D.
    Backup camera


    Sounds simple- right?

    Add to that steering wheel controls and programming. Wiring the new HU to receive Audio from the existing DVD player under the seat that goes to a roof mounted 11" drop down screen. Wiring the HU video output to the secondary AV input on the 11" monitor; so the HU DVD and roof monitor can play separately, or both can play off the HU. Add in USB cable for Ipod, Aux in line for other audio input, Parking brake bypass for DVD on the road.

    Only took 9 hours Sat plus 2 hours troubleshooting Sun morning.

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    Tear down-
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    And after-


    Amp is so small it easily tucked into the glove box and mounted on the back wall. Plenty of room for manuals and crap still.


    Both monitors-


    And probably the best part - backup cam! I've been drooling for one ever since seeing Moombadaze post when he got his new RAM.



    The little Clarion definitely pumps whatever these Pioneer aftermarket speakers are much cleaner. In hindsight I'm kind of wishing I would have splurged for a sub and sub-amp but I didn't want to do the amount of surgery required in order to stuff one behind the rear seats. The rear power window takes up a good chunk of space and even though it's a crew cab there's just not much room back there.

    Ah well - rockin for now!
    2001 MobiusV

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    All shined up and ready for it to start raining again...

    2001 MobiusV

  8. #38
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    Default Berg's New Tow Rig

    nice set up you have going berg. that's the one thing I'm missing is the back up cam. I've gotten pretty good at getting it hooked up without but dang it sure was nice in my last 4 rigs


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  9. #39
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    nice work Berg. Where'd you mount your rear camera?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bergermaister View Post
    And probably the best part - backup cam! I've been drooling for one ever since seeing Moombadaze post when he got his new RAM.
    Berg, nice looking install. I have an '01 F250 4x PSD that I purchased new and a few years ago I installed a back up camera. You get used to it real quick. I put my sub in an enclosure under the front 40/60 middle seat bottom (or do you have buckets?) I currently run a small W3-10" but it does help with the tunes.

    I painted a little orange cross on my trailer ball receivers' to help in the bright sunlight. I also installed in the rear bumper some LED lights that come on when the truck is in reverse which really helps.

    Again, good looking install to go with your now new Moomba!
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