Best practices help for running audio/power wires to rear of D110
Hi - I'm just about finished prepping the passenger side box for an audio amp install (clean-up, paint, dynamat, seal up screws, etc.). So the question I had was best practice opinion(s) on wiring. I drilled a hole to run power and line-levels from battery box and center console, respectively, and will use a grommet and sealed loom to make it hopefully waterproof. Next step will be to run power +/-, amp control on, and line level audio cables to the rear of the D110. At this point was just going to drop in a powered 8" bazooka tube woofer under one of the jump seats (if necessary can upgrade to a better custom box; had tried a powered MTX box but just a little too large). So question is do I either (a) run the wires in a loom under the chassis and drill a hole somewhere in the back to bring them into the rear cargo area, or (b) drill a hole in the rear of the passenger box and run the wires through there and under the carpets to the rear cargo area? "b" creates less of a water leakage risk. In any event, not an expert at this and haven't done it a bunch of times with a Defender to see what works best in the long term. Thanks for any input!