Originally posted by sgtt45 Where can I put an amp so that it is safe from the elements?
What will your Amp be running.. Subs? Speakers?
I Made a custom box for my wrangler. It sits behind the rear seat.
The Subs sit up, with a shelf on the bottom where the amp sits... Protected from everything, not visible from the outside. My box looks like a Lockbox from a distance and through the window....
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under your rear seat, thats where i had mine, but beware of mudding with no top & doors, or deep watercrossings , they will fry
try the overhead console from Tuffy ?< forget the name of the Co> put it in there along with the Stereo plus your Cb atleast this way if you have a Bikini top on it would be hard as h*ll to get anything wet
I had mine that is a Rockford Fosgate 250.2 bridged to 500.1 on my 12" sub under my seat and I had a prolbem with it overheating and shutting down. go to me web site in profile, I think I have a pic of it in there.
94 BLK & Red YJ
Sweet Rockford Fosgate System
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Use the long skinny pedal and you will be okay.
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I'd owned a 90 YJ and mounted it underneath the seat as well. But I had a big heavy one and that was basically my only choice. I did have problems with overheating at first too, but seeing how I was working at an electronics store at the time, I bought a better amp, and didn't have any problems. If it fits well on the firewall, go for it! I had a few holes here and there however on my firewall, so make sure its watertight.