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Ok so this is what I'm dealing with right now.

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I'm gonna be putting a battery on the left and the right side, under the box, and put my amp on the back wall of my cabin.

Right now I'm trying to think of how I should implement this. I really have no ideas. I'm thinking the only way is to get some blocks of wood or mdf or w/e... carpet them to match my box, then have an L bracket on the top of each block. This will be bolting the top of the block to the bottom of the box and the other bolt hole will go through the front of the box, making a little more stronger holding.

I want it to look good too.

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First thing is first find some carpet to match the box and replace the bricks with 2x4's cut to make box level
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First thing is first find some carpet to match the box and replace the bricks with 2x4's cut to make box level
Do they sell blocks or do I have to just get a bunch of 2x4s and put them together? There has to be some kind of post that home depot sells that I can just have them cut to the height I need.
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You can buy a single 10 foot length of 2x4 and have it cut to length there or you could get some thick dowel rod at least 1.5 inch thick dowel or somewhere in that range and just cut it to length to level box and mount it to the box and you have legs and how close is the box to the back wall of cab?
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You can buy a single 10 foot length of 2x4 and have it cut to length there or you could get some thick dowel rod at least 1.5 inch thick dowel or somewhere in that range and just cut it to length to level box and mount it to the box and you have legs and how close is the box to the back wall of cab?
I don't think 2x4 is thick enough do you think so? I think it would just topple over to be honest lmao. I think the dowel would look better and would work better because it's circular actually. It would make my box look kinda like a coffee table hahaha.

And idk I haven't measured. I have to do it tomorrow tho.
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Its simple to mount the dowel rod just cut to length and put it in place and mark it and drill a pilot hole inside box and in the dowel itself and screw it to box from inside...
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Its simple to mount the dowel rod just cut to length and put it in place and mark it and drill a pilot hole inside box and in the dowel itself and screw it to box from inside...
yea I just gotta find out how big I want it
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the bigger the better...and you could get a peice of 1/2 inch MDF and get a peice of cardboard and trace out the floor underneath the box and mount the dowel rod to the mdf and it will be like a tray for mounting batteries
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the bigger the better...and you could get a peice of 1/2 inch MDF and get a peice of cardboard and trace out the floor underneath the box and mount the dowel rod to the mdf and it will be like a tray for mounting batteries
I was thinking and I think I'm just gonna have the batteries on the floor and have a border around the battery velcro'd to the floor made of like 1/4" thick mdf. Just enough to stop the battery from moving around. Or hell I could velcro the batteries to the carpet and to the box and that's extra holding for the box and the batteries lol.
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lol velcro wont stop that box and batteries from coming forward in a accident and crushing you
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lol velcro wont stop that box and batteries from coming forward in a accident and crushing you
Yeah I know I'm def bolting the box down just I don't think I need to worry as much about the batteries. The batteries I just need to make them not slide around. They won't hit me in the face unless the box goes and if the box goes I'm dead anyway so it doesn't matter haha.
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lol you will figure it out
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lol you will figure it out
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Or maybe I should wait till I get my battery in so I can measure appropriately? idk i gotta go night night
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whatever you think will hold up box and be sterdy
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Yeah I know I'm def bolting the box down just I don't think I need to worry as much about the batteries. The batteries I just need to make them not slide around. They won't hit me in the face unless the box goes and if the box goes I'm dead anyway so it doesn't matter haha.
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I just went out and looked and it might be possible to do an amp on the back wall but I thought about it and it may not be a great idea because the back wall rattles the most out of any other panel. I am gonna deaden it eventually but that's in a long while. Just gonna put the amp on the floor until I do deaden things and then I might put it on the wall.
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By back wall, you don't mean the back of the sub enclosure, do you? If it rattles, you have bigger issues than amp placement
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By back wall, you don't mean the back of the sub enclosure, do you? If it rattles, you have bigger issues than amp placement
No I mean the back wall of the cabin. Everything on my box is solid.
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Why don't you get the box leveled on something other than bricks, and have one section be an amp rack and cable tray under the enclosure. It'll let you solidly mount your amp and organize/hide all your wiring. Then take another section, make up an MDF battery box with a strap to contain your battery, then bolt the whole assembly to the chassis. It would be clean, simple, solid, and most of all, safe.
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Why don't you get the box leveled on something other than bricks, and have one section be an amp rack and cable tray under the enclosure. It'll let you solidly mount your amp and organize/hide all your wiring. Then take another section, make up an MDF battery box with a strap to contain your battery, then bolt the whole assembly to the chassis. It would be clean, simple, solid, and most of all, safe.
I have roughly 43 inches from on end to the other underneath the box. I need room for two batteries and an amp. I'm thinking put one battery on each side and have the amp in the middle. I'm about to go outside and measure stuff out. And yeah once I have a battery and my amp I'm going to put it on blocks of wood bolted to the floor and the box.

Oh and I'm gonna run the wires under the carpet from battery to battery and to the amp. So it'll be hidden.
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kinda hard to hide 4 15's and a huge box and everything to make it go boom...lol
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