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Todd C's 2000 Ford F-150

Todd

todd and his F-150

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Todd's Story


Todd's 2000 Ford F-150 fits his need for a versatile vehicle, and the car stereo system he's installed in it fills his desire for great-sounding tunes when he drives. At the heart of the system is a powerful 4-channel amplifier, component speakers, and a custom subwoofer that doesn't take up any room.

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What's the first thing you show people about your installation?

My Rockford Fosgate 4-channel amp. It's mounted on the floor of my truck just behind the center console. It looks great and sounds even better.


Why did you choose these products?

I chose the MTX Thunderform subwoofer because it's made to fit under the rear seat in my F-150. So I didn't have to give up any space, and I get strong, solid low-end performance.


What was the most difficult part of the installation?

Wiring the amp takes time and patience. Be sure to run the signal leads down one side of the vehicle, and the power and ground down the other, or you'll risk getting noise interference.

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