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Old 09-10-2011, 07:50 PM
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Any idea what options are available for a 1996 Ext Cab subwoofer box options are out there? I searched the web and found options up to 1995 and 1997 trucks but nothing for 1996.
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Old 09-10-2011, 08:33 PM
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95 and 97 heavy duty is exact same as 96 heavy duty, but I've had 2 ext cabs and have yet to find anything and retain the back seat, just removed one in my f150 dropped a huge box in the back. My last super cab I didn't even bother with subs kause of needing a back seat issue
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Damn, thats a real bummer man! I was reading up on it and I see some people raising the rear bench seat up to fit a box under there. I wonder how good that option would be?
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I have been in the same boat with this for almost a year now. I have found a couple that fit between the rear seat and jump seat but didnt really like the idea. Thought about raising the seat like you said but you cant flip it after that and have it sit flush. I thought about making the seat bottom the box and have subs face down and still be able to flip and have them face up. If you flush mount the subs and use grilles it should still be able to use the flat space in the back if needed. You may be able pad the enclosure and wrap it with the old interior or just carpet and still have it work as a seat. (not ver comfy but might work)
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Old 10-01-2011, 09:16 AM
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I remember a buddy of mine made a custom box that fit between the rear seat and the center console/ front seat on the floor. It fit 2 10" subs. Downside was no one could sit in the middle of the back seat due to no leg room. It didn't really have much air space but sounded ok though. Just a thought....
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Old 10-01-2011, 02:47 PM
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If you have front buckets you could do an 08 console and mount a 12 I hear people have done that and seems to work pretty good
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