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by funnytoe [OP] » Sep 15 2012, 10:25am
darren700 wrote:Looks great, thanks for the write up. I'm going to attempt the same thing in a week or too after I have finished my sound deadning. Would it be possible to fit two runs of 1ga in there? Looks like a tight fit with even one. Another thing' do you think I could get away with not removing the fuse box? Seems like a ton of extra work to me.
by darren700 » Sep 15 2012, 10:43am
by funnytoe [OP] » Sep 15 2012, 7:28pm
darren700 wrote:oK, will post once ive finished and let you guys know, but i probably wont get to it for another week.
I have a feeling your right and i may need to cut the side of the grommet to get the second wire in. When you took out the fuse box did all the fuses stay in place in the top plastic piece or did you have to take them out individually?
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