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Old 09-16-2010, 12:06 PM
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Will this sub fit??!!

I found a killler deal on this sub and an amp to go with it. I just want to make sure i can make it fit behind the seat. I have an 08 crew cab. Its an Audiobahn 12" Flame Q series sub. It has a 7" mounting depth. Let me know if this will work.
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Old 09-16-2010, 05:49 PM
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I really do not think so in a stock set up. You would have to move the rear seat track forward. The most I have seen is 5.25"

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Old 09-16-2010, 05:56 PM
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yeah, i just took it to a shop and they said hell no. lol. i'm about to check out a different set that has a 5.75" depth. its just hard to find a set that i can afford and will still fit.
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Old 09-16-2010, 06:08 PM
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It is very, very tight behind the seats.
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yeah, i've noticed. i found some subs that i can afford, but the amp prices are whats killing me. thats why i'm trying to find some used setups.
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I put a jl audio 13TW5 which has a 2.5" mounting depth behind my passenger side rear seat. Had to cut down the frame of my rear seat to give it room for the sub grille to fit. I imagine it would be pretty difficult to get much more of a sub back there. Good luck with the sub you found but I really recommend dropping the money on the jl audio set up.
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The Pioneer TSSW3001S4 and the JL Audio 13TW5 are your best options.
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I put 2 10"dvc rockfords behind my seat. Still needs more cubic space though. runnin around .70 per sub. Its still lound as hell though!
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I built a custom sub box for mine and reversed my seat tracks to move the seat forward about 1.5 to 2 " . They are 2 Cadence mallets . I don't remember depths or cubic inches but it all just barley fit .
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thats pretty sick!
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