I spent the past few days up in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on a photo tour of the Grand Teton National Park and it was AMAZING up there! About 50 degrees cooler than the 100 degree weather we’re having here in Houston. Lol. I took about 2,000 photos over the course […]
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Libby is all buttoned up and ready to go!
I'm just picking up some last minute supplies for this weekend's camping trip. Wait. Wut?
Ooh sounds fun! I wonder if they'll be serving booze. Wait. Wut?
I had previously decided on a lower key JL Audio 10" 10w1v3-4 subwoofer (not in photo) for an install in my Westfalia. Then I had a (what I think) was a great idea which called for a shallow mount subwoofer instead so I ordered the more expensive, more robust JL Audio 10" 10TW3-D4 dual voice coil subwoofer (pictured). The UPS man just dropped it off and man does it look beefy! I won't know if my idea will work or not until tomorrow... The suspense is killing me!
My bench seat kick plate had a gaping hole in it when I bought the van. As it turns out a previous owner cut the hole for a 8" subwoofer about 6 years ago and it has since been removed. I thought about putting my own subwoofer back in that spot but realized the 1 cubic foot of storage space was much more valuable to me. One day while I was out camping i got an idea. I wondered if the existing cubby hole cabinet door would fit over that speaker hole and screw holes. it just barely covered it so then I began to source a cubby hole door on the used parts market. It took me about 3 months to finally find one. So now, here is it mid April and I've had this door since November, I finally decided to go ahead and get it done.
Followup to my last post. I also ran 8awg wire to the rear in order to supply a smaller blue sea fuse block for my accessories in the rear of the van. I built a small platform with matching vinyl flooring as a top since I had a scrap piece left over. This rear block will kept me from having to rub more accessory wiring all the way back up front. Fuse block is nice and concealed once the false floor is put back in.
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