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Old 01-29-2013, 04:57 PM
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Supercab sub mounting

I am looking to put a small sub in my supercab. I have found a few factory subs from the crew cabs that would deffinately do what i am looking to do but it soes not look like there is room to mount it. Does anyone have any pictures of factory crew cab subs mounted in the supercab? Or possibly other ideas you guys have come up with for mounting them in a supercab truck? I realize the only option for the most part is going to be under the seat.Thank you for the help
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Under the seat "down firing sub", in front of the seat "imitation rear console sub" or a low-profile powered sub are the usual options. I have had the down firing subs and box which are the loudest set-up but then I switched to a much milder set-up (the low profile powered sub." Check out the links below!!!
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kicker under seat sub | eBay
Downfiring Subs
Ford F250 F350 01 12 Super Cab Truck Dual 10" Kicker C10 Sub Box Enclosure New | eBay
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Old 01-30-2013, 06:46 AM
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Supercab sub mounting

Here's a picture of the factory sub in my super cab. It's under rear drivers side seat. Supercab sub mounting-imageuploadedbyag-free1359560795.652751.jpg


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Old 01-30-2013, 08:22 AM
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Thanks for the help guys.

Mexigeo, that is axactly what i was looking for. I have to check to see if i have an audiophile headunit when i get home but im going to assume i dont which means i wont be able to use a factory sub. Did you add the factory sub to your truck? if so where did you get the wiring harness? im sure i can either order one through ford/ make one myself if i decide to to get the audiophile head unit(hopefully i have one)
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That hideaway sub looks like it will work perfect. I can probably stuff it under my jump seat in the front and still have my underseat storage in the back. Going to measure when i go home. Thanks again!
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Supercab sub mounting

I didn't add the sub. It came with factory system. Glad I could help a bit.


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That hideaway sub looks like it will work perfect. I can probably stuff it under my jump seat in the front and still have my underseat storage in the back. Going to measure when i go home. Thanks again!
yea if you go with a factory set-up you are gonna spend a fortune on parts. Just by a hide away sub or buy a single downfiring sub and a nice monobloc amp which will add plenty of bass to your cabin.
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Old 01-30-2013, 06:03 PM
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im looking for place to mount the hideaway kicker. going to see if i can stuff it behind rear seatback
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I have my kicker hide away under the rear seat in the middle. I wish I could take a pic but my truck has been at the tranny shop for a month
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I have my kicker hide away under the rear seat in the middle. I wish I could take a pic but my truck has been at the tranny shop for a month
dam what the hell happened?
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