I constructed custom kick panels from salvage panels and fiberglass to house a 4" mid and tweeter from the MB Quart 3-way component system. They are co... Show morevered with matching carpet.
I installed a two-tone red and charcoal Katzkin leather interior kit to spice up the interior. This was originally a front bench seat, but I drilled out the rivets in the seat frame to separate the two seats, and ordered a Dodge center console, forming a dual bucket seat arrangement.
All the stereo system is self-installed. Most of the equipment I have had for over 5 years, and it all stil performs outstanding. I wanted to stick with old-school equipment since the truck has a nostalgic flair with the Torq Thrust wheels and two-tone interior. I'm currently working on re-constructing the kick panels and texturing and finishing them to match the other interior pieces.
Here's the new kick panels. Just so happens 4" PVC pipe fits the MB Quart 4's perfectly to form a spacer ring. I covered the spacers in matching vinyl and just mounted them to the stock kick panels. These mids and tweeters image much better aimed at each other and off-axis from the driver and passengers. Show Less
This is my '02 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab 4.7L V-8.
American Racing 18x8.5 TorqThrust ST's with Nitto rubber
Stillen front bumper cover
... Show moreStreet Scene upper and lower grilles (lower not shown here)
Hotchkis springs (2" front drop, 3" rear) and Hotchkis spec Bilstein shocks
Gaylords fiberglass tonneau
Chassis Tech roll pan Show Less
An Audiocontrol EQX under the rear seat divides the signals to the amps and smooths the response curve. Stinger interconnects are used throughout.
Distribut... Show moreion blocks are housed in the center console.
Custom sub box. I wanted to just buy a 10" truck box, but all of them were too large. So I was forced to build this custom box to house the two JL Audio 8W-1's from my previous system. It fits in behind the passenger side rear seat. Show Less