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1) are you guys just drilling into the back of your rear seats or what? is it messy to leave extra slack on the cable so i can fold the seat up and down?
2) i thought about the factory shaker 1000 amp mounting location, but there isnt really anywhere to bolt it to. i saw a guy put a piece of wood back there n bolt it to the wood, but im not interested in doing that.
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+1 for back of rear seat. That's where I put my sub amp; no issues.
I did have to leave a bit of slack in the wiring, but I also bundled the power/ground/turn-on wires together and fed them down into the carpet, and it doesn't look bad at all. I can open and close the rear seat all day long with no issues.
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