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Old 10-15-2012, 10:39 AM
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Behind the backseat subwoofer box

Hey guys when I bought the truck 2 years ago I took the truck to a local stereo shop to have subs put in. They put in 2 JL 10w2s in a box behind the backseat. They had to remove the cab lining along the back for it to fit. I was new to the 6.4 world so I didn't know any better and just assumed that was the only way to do it. Now that I know a thing or 2 I've seen other guys with behind the seat boxes that didnt have to take the liner out and knowing it can be done bothers me that I don't have the liner in mine. They also cut the vents out and sealed them up so when I turn the air up it pressurizes the cab like an airplane.

What are you guys using for a box and what does your setup look like? Thanks.



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Heres a thread I made awhile back of my sub box build. I just built it myself with my own meaurements. It turned out pretty good. It was built to hold a JL Audio 13TW5 slim sub..it fits perfectly behind the back seat. I didnt remove the vents either... I did cut out a section of the back carpet so the box fit more flush but besides that everything else stayed factory.

Built my own sub box! Also shined up the turd
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JL Audio Stealthbox® (Camel) Custom-fit fiberglass enclosure with 13" TW5-3 subwoofer — fits 2009-up Ford F-150 SuperCrew at Crutchfield.com

This is what I did with mine. Not the cheapest but damn sure is quality and sounds awesome! Looks stock too.
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JL Audio Stealthbox® (Camel) Custom-fit fiberglass enclosure with 13" TW5-3 subwoofer — fits 2009-up Ford F-150 SuperCrew at Crutchfield.com

This is what I did with mine. Not the cheapest but damn sure is quality and sounds awesome! Looks stock too.
X2 for the stealth box...
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I just got my box from Mike @ spl2k.com Not installed yet.
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I just got my box from Mike @ spl2k.com Not installed yet.
Me too! Got one for (2) 13TW5v2 subs. Am hoping to install this weekend.
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Powered Subwoofer - Nevermind!
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