Here's my build:
Head Unit: Pioneer AVH-P4200DVD,
Bluetooth Wireless Adapter: Pioneer CD-BTB200
XM Satellite Tuner: Pioneer GEX-P920XM
HD Tuner: PIONEER GEX-P20HD
Steering Wheel Radio Control Interface: PAC SWI-PS
USB Interface Cable For Ipod/Iphone: Pioneer CD-IU200V
ISO Double Din Installation Kit: Scosche TA2053S9B
4-Gauge Amp install kit: Scosche Revopak4
Speaker Amp: Pioneer GM-D9500F,
Front Speakers: Pioneer TS-D1720C,
Rear Speakers: Pioneer TS-D1702R,
Sub Amp: Pioneer GM-D7400M,
Sub: JL audio 8w3v3-4,
Sound Deadening: RAAMmat BXT II
For starters I did pretty much the same as this tutorial:
09 Double Cab Complete Audio Makeover
I followed this guide for the install of the PAC SWI-PS:
This is the resistor soldered into place:
I also bypassed the head unit's video protection using this link:
Pioneer AVH-P4200DVD Bypass
Its pretty straight forward and I forgot to take picks of my install.
Head Unit installed:
Wire runs through center console and under passenger dash:
I decided to have all my wires for the speakers meet in the well located under the access cab seats. The amp wire runs along the driver side molding.
Rear speakers are actually in the roof (left them there). I chose to mount Pioneers in the access cab doors. This is how the the doors looked once the panels were removed. The plastic covers make good templates for the rear speaker mounts.
RAAMmat BXT II installed. Great product and easy to install.
Speaker amp is under the drivers side seat and the sub amp is under passenger side seat. There was plenty of space under the drivers seat but the passenger side seat had a bar that barely cleared the amp.
I used this link to solder the factory XM antena to the GEX-P920XM. I followed the wire from the factory location under the dash to the rear driver side pillar.
Speaker mounts fabricated out of 3/4" mdf:
I used this router attachment to complete the cutouts. Good website to help cutting circles.
Mounted ipod in center console storage:
Crossovers and distribution block mounted under access seat:
Subwoofer enclosure was constructed out of fiberglass as per this website:
I found a company locally that color matched my truck, so I ordered a few rattle cans of color and clear. Came out pretty nice for my first time. Looks more like a volcano though. Its attached to the mounting bracket for the factory rear console.