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Old 09-06-2011, 08:30 PM
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Room for a 10 in an 05 CC?

Just wondering if anybody has been able to squeeze a 10 behind the rear seat of a CC F-250? Mine doesn't look like it has ANY room behind the rear seat. Can it be done? Thanks! Preston
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Old 09-06-2011, 08:34 PM
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I have 2 12's.. You can fit 4 10's!
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Could you post some pics? Wanting to put some subs in my CC also. Thanks
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I have 2 jl 13.5's behind the seats. I bought one of these boxes XScorpion X7989-10 Dual 10" 04+ FORD F250/F350 SUPER DUTY CREW CAB Custom Subwoofer Box then put it in the back and found out that two 10's wasn't enough so I took measurements of the box in the back seat to make a new one as big as possible without hindering the seat from moving and still using the power sliding window. Then recessed the speakers in the box 3/4" to keep them from hitting the back of the seats (the jl's are only 2 9/16" thick so that might not work on other subs). Works great and sounds awesome.
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Did you have to pull the carpeting out from behind the rear seat? Mine seems to have carpet covering some things on the back wall of the truck. I have 4 tens in my old Ford F-150 and really just want to try to squeeze 1 ten into this one... Any help/advice would be appreciated! Thanks! Preston
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