Stereo Amp wiring in ElCo questions
During [sub'd to a resto shop] an interior resto to my '70 ElCo interior, the floor carpet/insulation is glued in place before AMP wiring was in place. Custom carpet/DynaMat/sound insulation well done otherwise, but will settle score later w/shop later.
Ceiling insulation and headliner not in yet, but before installing, this may be a way around:
Instead of removing and replacing carpet/insulation layer now, has anyone ever routed Amp power, trigger, RCA's and speaker duplex up the A pillar, between the roof-frame support and back down behind the sail panel/corner panel to floor?
That appears to be the only route shy of removing and replacing carpet, other than just lifting carpet/insulation edges just inside sill plate and run 1/2 bundle wiring on either side. IE: Amp power[#8]/trigger[#16] on driver side, RCA's & speaker duplex on passenger side.
Those appear to be a bit of a large bundle to sit flat on floor next to sill plate and not appear as an undulation in the carpet surface.
Only problems I can see with 'Ceiling route' is that if [when] ever required to cut/weld any roof edge rust, torch heat will waste wiring. Exterior paint planned in a year or so.
Short of that, anybody ever try this or have better solution?