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Old 10-24-2018, 04:44 PM   #31
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Im starting to warm up to the idea of the 1998-2000 models. Just cant stand the front fascia of the 2001-2004.

personally i never cared for the frontier model. the change was way too drastic from the square nosed hardbody. 97 to 98 was a visual shock. i mean when ford started redesigning the front ends of the F series for 97 and beyond, they were gradual. even the first change from the square F series to the smooth F series of the late 90s wasnt too shocking. just my thoughts.


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I never have, and still don’t, like the front end on the 98-00 frontier. I love the 01-04. Different strokes for different folks.
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Pics of my stereo system, Yesterday I made a speaker grille using window screen frame and painted it black, today I attached the black speaker cloth to it, I used snaps to attach the grille to the front of the sub/amp rack. Need to get one more snap.


Pioneer DVD headunit with DVD bypass installed ( can play while truck is moving although I do not do that), Used my Morel components from the Hardbody, tweeters mounted on top of the stock dash tweeter grilles, my 2 Precision Power amps, 2200 for the subs, two 12" Kicker Comps in single sealed boxes, and a A600 for the front Morel components.



Very proud of myself, I only made 6 holes in the truck, 2 in each tweeter grille and 2 in the under hood relay box to mount the fuse from the battery, all can be put back to stock with new parts.


It sounds very good to me, still have to carpet the top and sides of the box, I wanted to be able to use the top in case I needed to throw something up there, since the whole king cab area is now taken up.


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Dr. side tweeter on dash:





Pass. side tweeter:





Front amp - A600 and ground distribution block:





Dr. side view, both amps and sub boxes, top and top supports not installed yet:





amp/sub rack with top now on and sides covered, I made it so the middle section is removable to access the jack and jack tools which are mounted behind the hump on the back wall, grille I made attached to the front, top and sides will be covered with carpet in the future:





view looking between the seats:





with dr. side seat in my driving position (fully back), plenty of room between seat and the grille:


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Did some mock up today for mounting my air horns, this was just a rough mock up, for location and clearance purposes. I wanted to pull the grille to see how much room there was. Took a few pics, the grille clears both horns fine.


If I do mount the horns in this location, I will spray them flat black so they blend in, also have to remove/modify the plastic "skid plate" as the long horn sticks out the bottom slightly. The position of the horns also leaves plenty of room for the hose fittings.








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