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post #1 of 6 Old 03-18-2014, 05:04 PM Thread Starter
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Talking New dealer for awesome sub enclosures

I just found out about this new dealer and thought I'd share... The boxes look great and are engraved with Ford and Super Duty. Check them out here: FORD SUPERDUTY 2-10" W/ POWER WINDOW & SEAT BELT POCKET
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They look nice but removing the vents and relocating the power window motor (for those that have them) provides twice as much air space. They should look into offering a version for those that don't have power beer windows. It's just dead space with this box design

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Not many 10" subs require more than .77cu sealed per sub... I am curious, How did you relocate the window motor? Got pics?
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spl2k has some pics on relocating but it requires drilling off the bracket and then screwing the motor to where the bracket used to bolt


i did it until my motor failed and had to replace the next one on actually just rolled the
bracket and mounted to my box the seat still works fine and the box clears

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see post #9 for the relocate link

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Thanks for the link! Do you think relocating caused the motor to fail? Spl2k look like decent enclosures, but $275 is outrageous, especially seeing they use pvc for ports.
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