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Old 07-03-2010, 01:51 PM
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sub in a reg cab?

ive got a regular cab with a bench seat and was looking at putting a 10" sub in it (i dont want anything obnoxious, just enough to feel the music), are there any pre fit boxes that will work? i think its MTX has the behind the seat for 2 10s but i was looking to spend less then $300 for it
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Custom built this box for my CC. 8" Rockford and is plenty.
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Ive got a 10" in my regular cab, just have a home made angled box that goes right behind my passenger seat
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Custom built this box for my CC. 8" Rockford and is plenty.
thats a nice looking box but i dont want to turn my bench seat into birth control seats seeing as for some jobs i need 2 others with me.

any specs on the custom box?
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Old 07-13-2010, 03:34 PM
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I think JL makes a stealthbox that fits under the bench seat.

Got their console stealthbox in mine - sounds great. Adds punch without drowning everything else out. It's a pricey setup, got mine from ebay for $300. More like $500-600 new.
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i made a custom one that fits behind the seat but a ported ten takes double the room of a sealed box but the ported sounds alot better imo. its all personal preference.
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thats a nice looking box but i dont want to turn my bench seat into birth control seats seeing as for some jobs i need 2 others with me.

any specs on the custom box?
I'm with ya man and certainly understand. Built the Box around the specs of the Sub. Each sub has a required/recommended amount of airspace. You can substitute a little ait space for wadding which slows down the air. I went with the Rockford b/c it required the least amount of airspace (0.8 cubic ft) and picked it up new for about $30.
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