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Old 07-19-2008, 12:14 AM   #1
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hey im in the process of putting my amp in to my 87 supercab where the hell am i supposed to run my power wire thru the firewall. i cant find anywhere!
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Old 07-19-2008, 02:05 AM   #2
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There is a rubber grommet up behind the pedals that I removed and my Pos. wire and CB antenna cable... Now that I think of it, that will probably cause some interference.....

It's a little more than an inch in dia. you can probably get to it from either side. You can poke a hole in it and put it back in to keep dirt out even.
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thanks i found what your talking about.
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you can do it the way mentioned above or you can go buy a firewall rubber grommet. get the that corresponds with the guage of wire your using. so if you have 4 guage power wire, use a 4 guage grommet. then you can drill a hole wherever you want.
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