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Old 06-21-2013, 08:03 AM
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03-07 Pioneer Sub Enclosure for sale

Hi guys, I have a nice 10" Pioneer Sub box, it fits behind the seat in an extended and crew cab pickup. It also works with the power window if you have it. I'm looking for $125 OBO and would prefer a local sale. 508-736-8781

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what is the hole for? Is that where the back vent is?
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what is the hole for? Is that where the back vent is?
Goo Question, it doesn't do anything, the box is sealed not ported. maybe its a handle to move it around?
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Old 06-26-2013, 02:29 PM
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Isn't this your box? I can tell you what it's most likely for but i wanted to see if you knew exactly if that is what it was for. It is probably a hole to slide the box back all the way and the trucks cabin pressure vent would just slide right through it. I'm currently making a box for two 12's in a crew cab and that is what I was thinking of doing.
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thats a crazy cut out

damn good guess

I think you called it that is a little more work but the oly way to remove a vent is pull the bed or destroy

are u sure it's a 10 ? it looks like a shallow mount and 10's don't need to be shallow in this application


on a side note I have neither vent left and no ill side effects ,, matter of fact even with the door open the vent was flapping like nuts with the sub thumping before I installed the second box

here is a pic of mine one is a ported 12 and the other a sealed 10 2 separate boxes that interlock

the motor is loose for the relocation and I need a new one anyway LOL
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Old 12-16-2013, 11:20 AM
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judging from your 508# your from worcester ish?

im from maine but im down there all the time. Is it just the box or does the sub come with it? If its just the box do you know the depth? looks like a shollow one in there now, just need to know what i can fit.
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What are the dimensions of the box??
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i texted him and he sold it already.
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