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Old 12-13-2006, 01:34 PM
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Pioneer Subwoofer Enclosure (UD-SW10B)

Hey guys,

Does anyone know if this speaker box will fit behind the seat of a 2005 F350 Crew Cab??



Complementing the amazing capability of our new 10" Shallow Subwoofers (TS-SW2541D and Premier TS-SW1041D), this enclosure provides the optimum inner air volume for truly full-size woofer performance.

Designed to take up a minimum of space, the enclosure fits neatly behind the rear seat of many pickup trucks or in the cargo area of an SUV. The space between the cab and the seat was originally intended as a quick place to stash things like coats, spare tire jack and emergency equipment such as flares and flashlights. The UD-SW10B Subwoofer Enclosure is designed to easily fit in this small space. Despite the compact spacing, the this woofer and enclosure combination performs like a full-size subwoofer delivering tight, clear bass you can feel. See the Documents tab for dimensions.

The high-quality construction features sturdy 3/4" MDF and includes internal bracing for strength and bass clarity. The exterior is black auto upholstery with a star-graphite thermofoil front panel. Heavy-duty gold binding posts make connection a snap.

Compatible with the Pioneer TS-SW2541D and Premier TS-SW1041D subwoofers.
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Old 12-14-2006, 10:36 AM
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Since no one responded I'll respond myself.

I have recieved confirmation that this box with a 10'' sub will fit behind the seat. Of course the panel needs to be trimmed to fit.
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Old 12-14-2006, 10:42 AM
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nice find ive been looking for a box that will work with a decent sub only thing i could find tho for my crew cab was jl's stealth box for under the front middle 40/20/40 bench...
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You can also look at the Infinity Basslink T system. Uses a 10 in sub with two 10 in passive radiators Very slim design with built in amp. Just my .02
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Old 12-14-2006, 11:34 AM
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Probox makes one to and i don't think you have to trim the panel.
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Old 12-14-2006, 03:52 PM
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speaker box

Just letting you know that I've got one in the back of my 2003 F 350,but its for a 12. My buddies got two behind his 2004 f350, I can't seem to fit two, I think they changed sizes or something. They rock.......
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