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Old 10-11-2010, 07:20 PM
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New Sub Box and Custom storage: Interior Complete!

I recently went away from my jlaudio stealthbox and had a box built for the 13" sub that came in it behind the seat. I also had some underseat storage and a little hideaway spot in between the console and dash. I'm pretty happy with the outcome and the sub sounds so much better now!











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NICE

great idea
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Nice storage box up front......hehe....
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that compartment up front is really nicely done. i like that your auto and revolver both fit! great location.

not to derail your thread but quick story: I work in a really bad section of Philadelphia and every day I go to this deli for lunch owned by an older guy, ex-marine btw. so he has an older .357 that he wears in a nice leather holster under his shirt but it's visble if you're kind of aware of what to look for. So I asked him one day why he carried a revolver instead of an automatic...he turned to me and with a smile he replied, " I can't have shells flying all over the shop... I'm old and I don't wanna bend down and pick up all my shells when the shooting stops!" kinda made me laugh
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thats just spiffy....im gonna do the same thing
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dude, thats awesome! i love that setup! if you dont mind, shoot me a pm of where you got that done and how much it ran. thats just plain amazing!
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Bringing this one back to life. What thickness of board are you using for the gun storage? I was already contemplating building one just like it so I hope to get some advice. I'll probably start in the next week or two but not sure how long it'll take to finish, want to do a few custom changes.
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What sub box are you using I got an 08 king ranch and I was looking for a box to go behind the seat.
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Anybody that owns a Kahr has STANDARDS.
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that compartment up front is really nicely done. i like that your auto and revolver both fit! great location.

not to derail your thread but quick story: I work in a really bad section of Philadelphia and every day I go to this deli for lunch owned by an older guy, ex-marine btw. so he has an older .357 that he wears in a nice leather holster under his shirt but it's visble if you're kind of aware of what to look for. So I asked him one day why he carried a revolver instead of an automatic...he turned to me and with a smile he replied, " I can't have shells flying all over the shop... I'm old and I don't wanna bend down and pick up all my shells when the shooting stops!" kinda made me laugh
Thats funny right there. May only have 6 shots, but I bet he knows how to make them count.
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