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SYSTEM,H.I.D.LED INTERIORS STARTING UPGRADES

SORRY THE PICS ARE NOT THE BESTSytem starts w/ a KENWOOD 8120 TOUCH SCREEN DECK followed by both MTX 2 10" SUBS AND A MTX 4 CHANNEL AMP AND A 2 CHANNEL AMP.For the the mids and highs I went with the PRO SERIES MB QUART 6.5 speakers in both the dash and the sound barXENON 10K H.I.D HEADLIGHTS AS WELL AS LED DOME LIGHTS The amp rack sits on top of the sub box and was unable to get the whole shot in one picture because of the leanth and with the top on I could not get high enough to get a good pic. I have a piece of plexi being painted w/ the JK logo that will cover the amp rack and light up Ill post when I pick it up. So far that it. I have some custome rug work being done but a whole other headache. It is basically gonna go from under the box and to the end of the hatch with the JK logo stiched on it and velcroed down to hide the tuffy storage unit goint in and recessed to hide the locks. It will be hidden pretty well and the carpect piece will be cut and installed to OEM quality no one would ever know its their. Pics of exterior to come next week when bumpers and 37's are on.

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Nice job,did the mb's fit with out cutting,and would like to see where the amp's are?

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Hows it sound?

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it pounds. Shakes everything and set alarms off as I drive by and thats with the sydtem turned 25% up. I listen to alot of alternative, some hip hop and fast metal. The mids are crystal clear and installed w/o cutting. Just a pain in the ass getting the dash ones in. Never want to go through that again.EVER! Those MB QUARTS are worth ever $$$ spent. Beyond pleased.
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SORRY THE PICS ARE NOT THE BESTSytem starts w/ a KENWOOD 8120 TOUCH SCREEN DECK followed by both MTX 2 10" SUBS AND A 4 CHANNEL AMP AND A 2 CHANNEL AMP.For the the mids and highs I went with the PRO SERIES MB QUART 6.5 speakers in both the dash and the sound barXENON 10K H.I.D HEADLIGHTS AS WELL AS LED DOME LIGHTS The amp rack sits on top of the sub box and was unable to get the whole shot in one picture because of the leanth and with the top on I could not get high enough to get a good pic. I have a piece of plexi being painted w/ the JK logo that will cover the amp rack and light up Ill post when I pick it up. So far that it. I have some custome rug work being done but a whole nother headache
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Nice job,did the mb's fit with out cutting,and would like to see where the amp's are?
the amp rack is right above the the subs. If you look close you will see where ther box stops and where the amp rack is. Thats what the plexi will cover. The MB fit w/o any cutting and the best sounding mids I have ever owned
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box looks a little large for 10"s, whats your cubic feet?
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Are the LED Dome lights a direct replacement item?

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i swapped out my dome light bulb for an LED replacement myself no sweat.
it was only a $7 purchase at my local shop,
and the aesthetic difference is well worth the $7 IMO

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Are the LED Dome lights a direct replacement item?
When I oredered it it came with like 5 or 6 fuse like adapters. Find the one that fits and plug it in and your done. Both lights to swap out was a 20 min total job. Hardest part was trying not to brak the factory clear lense during removal
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box looks a little large for 10"s, whats your cubic feet?
Well about 12" on the top are not the box its the amp rack. And the whole box is not usable. It was built that way to fit dead perfect and custom in the back of the jeep. It is 1.25 per sub for cubic feet. Thats what I was told by who built it so thats what Iam telling you
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Well about 12" on the top are not the box its the amp rack. And the whole box is not usable. It was built that way to fit dead perfect and custom in the back of the jeep. It is 1.25 per sub for cubic feet. Thats what I was told by who built it so thats what Iam telling you
1) why is the picture of the subs gone
2) why do you keep editing your posts?
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dome lights look cool!!!!
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were the LED dome lights model specific.....just curious
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I'm finding that they are 578 for the dome lights. But not a whole lot of places seem to carry that size. Some call them Festoon and have them in 39-44mm sizes.

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