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Old 06-10-2010, 04:10 AM
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Sub Box For a 2000 Crew 250

Does anyone make a decent sub box for an '00 250 Crew? I want to put two 10s behind the rear seat. I can find plenty of nice boxes online but they are all for later model trucks. Also, anyone got any links for amp/sub installation how to's with pics? When I call about install prices locally they say I'll need a capacitor. I'm sure it's not something I can't do with a little instruction.
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Old 06-10-2010, 06:08 AM
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Not saying a capacitor wouldn't be beneficial, but I ran my two Infinity Kappa 10's without a capacitor and they sounded great. As far as boxes, check out Crutchfield: LCD TV, Car Stereo, Home Theater, Speakers, Digital Cameras. They can be very helpful when setting up your system. The wiring is also easy, and they should have some information on that as well.
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Well there is several box companys. Pro box makes a single 10 box that i had before i did mine custom 4 10's. The wiring is fairly simple u have power, ground, remote, and rca's.If u have a aftermarket cd which i would highly recommend. rca's plug into the back of it and the remote will be the blue wire on the back of the cd player wiring. Power runs from the battery which should have atleast on fuse block in it. I alkways run one at front and one in the rear. Then grounding is cleaning a small spot of bare metal too have a good ground. As far as the capacitor, not really that important unless running alot of power for multiple amps. which then batteries and bigger alternators help alot more than a capacitor. my opinion

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check best buy, i got my 12" behing the seat sub box for 30 dollars shipped, but i ran into the same problem i was gonna do a dual ten under the seat setup or so i thought, but no one makes the specialty box for it, so i just went with a good 12 and amp and it thumps just fine
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Super crew sound is where i got mine. Finding a box that will fit behind the seat is hard, but this place knows how to make them to fit in there. Supercrewsound.com
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just get a custom box it gonna sound way better. as for the capacitor well it really depends of what kind of amp you are getting! my system consist of 2 jl 10w7 in a custom box and a jl 1000/1 amp. i couldnt use a capacitor cuz the amp needed more power so i install another battery for the amp.
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