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post #1 of 4 Old 12-27-2010, 09:15 AM Thread Starter
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Sub install in a standard cab with bench seat?

I just bought a 10" Pioneer sub off a buddy of mine, I'd like to see some pics and maybe some measurements of sub boxes that people have behind their bench seat in a std cab. Thanks.

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I think the only way to fit it is to use a low profile sub. Kicker makes a 10" lo pro competition sub that comes assembled in a nice ported box for $150 at bestbuy. I have seen it much cheaper n the internet, I think thats what I'm goin to get.

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Well, I'm the only one that ever drives my truck and I'm a little on the short side so I can live with the seat being forward some. The way I have it right now there is about a 3" gap from the top of the seat back to the back window, so I would think that should leave enough room for a sub box at the bottom.

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i have a 97 standard cab with the bench seat nd i have one behind my seat all the way back il get some dimensions later it is tight though real tight
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