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How to run a power wire from the battery to the rear.

Im only using 8" guage so its not that big, but I know its been done before. It lookied like I could slide by the air vents on the side coming from under the hood. If anyone else has done this, let me know. Im more curious of how you got through the firewall, I can make it the rest of the way.
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I ended up having an installer run it for me for my inverter. He ran it over to the emergency brake pedal and through the firewall there. He said it was pretty easy.
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I would definitely appreciate a pic, I would hate trying to find the right grommet to go through. I was thinking about the top right and going behind the side vent but I haven't tried just yet.
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Perfect man, thanks for the info, I hate paying someone to run a power wire or something like that.

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