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Old 10-12-2011, 06:07 PM
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JL AUDIO 13.5W7's!!!

Ok so since I been snooping around for a while and just joined I noticed alot of owners seem to have a problem with finding the right subwoofer install??? I also ran into this dilema and after very much thought and planning I only found the JL stealthbox, BUT at a whopping $850!!! Now I had two perfectly nice JL Audio W7's and two 1000 watt amps sitting in the garage and decided to do the blasphemous......cut the bed and cab of my beautiful 08 F250!!! The only thing left is my vinyl covered fwd board to cover the boxes and make it look more clean. They are covered in bedliner as you can see. Here are some pics and any questions or comments are welcome. Oh and btw I installed a Kenwood DNX9140 Head unit to push the tunes!!



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Heres the DNX9140.
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Old 10-12-2011, 06:19 PM
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can you post a pic of the bed with the speakers mounted in there. i have always thought about doing this but thought people would think im crazy looks great so far man bet it slams i have 3 memphis 12s in my truck
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Old 10-12-2011, 07:04 PM
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Thanks! I will get a good pic of the outside of the box tomorrow.
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thats different . i have to figure out how to fit one alpine type x in my truck after i piece together my stereo
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I've always wondered how you seal the bed to the cab when you do a blow-through, since there is so much flex between the two.
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Here is the box from the outside. Better late than never sorry guys. I have hit a little higher up to 134db lately still tweaking it!!



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