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Old 04-09-2013, 12:55 AM
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Where did u put your SUBS??

Hi guys I have 2 JL Audio 10" W3 subs and they're just in a spec box in the back and when I go on camping hunting or fishing trips I have to remove them. I need some ideas please post pics or ideas on where to put them.. Would love to have them on my trips. I was thinking in the barn doors in the back but idn if there's enough room??

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I put mine in the rear barn door
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I would like to see more info on the barn door install if you don't mind posting


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Old 04-09-2013, 01:33 PM
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I don't really have a write up, but all i did was take a 10' sub ring and mark on the door where i want it. then used a jig saw to cut it out. mounted the ring to the door and the sub to the ring. I drilled a small hole in the side of the door to run the speaker wire into the cab. that is really the gist of it. you get a little rattle because everything back there moves but it sounds awesome inside.
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Anybody else have some pictures of their subs in the barn doors? Bumpppp


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I don't really have a write up, but all i did was take a 10' sub ring and mark on the door where i want it. then used a jig saw to cut it out. mounted the ring to the door and the sub to the ring. I drilled a small hole in the side of the door to run the speaker wire into the cab. that is really the gist of it. you get a little rattle because everything back there moves but it sounds awesome inside.
looks sweet and i like the idea. Are the doors rattling or just the rear in general? Do you think doing dynamat in the barn doors would help?

I also have 2 jl 10w3 that ive been trying to think of where to put. I do like the idea.
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Old 04-13-2013, 08:14 PM
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looks sweet and i like the idea. Are the doors rattling or just the rear in general? Do you think doing dynamat in the barn doors would help?

I also have 2 jl 10w3 that ive been trying to think of where to put. I do like the idea.
I have FatMat which is like dynamat inside the doors. it only rattles from the outside and its only if its extremely loud. and i'm pretty sure the rattle is coming from the hatch and rear wiper more than anything. Inside the cab it sound awesome
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