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Old 08-06-2012, 07:57 PM
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12" sub in crew cab?

Has anyone had any success with putting a 12in sub behind the rear bench?
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I put a 13. JL 13TW5 look for sp2lk boxes.
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Old 08-06-2012, 10:05 PM
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Do you think you could use the under the seat box from an extra cab and put it under the rear seat of a crew cab? May be a dumb question but I'm not sure so thats why I'm asking! lol. If anyone knows that'd be great. i'd like to save the space behind my rear seat for storage.
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Old 08-06-2012, 10:19 PM
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Not really sure don't think so. Not much room under the back seat maybe if u used spacers. I also found out that u need to pull the Linner out from the back of the rear bench or u won't get the box to fit right. I just used dino mat to line the back wall
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Funny you should ask this question I just finnished 3days worth of researching options for this very thing. Here is what I found out, a 12" speaker will fit if you do not mind removing the carpet on the back wall of the cab the most recomened guy is out of Lake Havasu AZ. BoxWorX If cutting up your interior dose not appeal to you, your left with only two options, a 10" sub in a box like this 05-07 FORD F250 350 10"SUBWOOFER ENCLOSURE FIBERGLASS SPEAKER BOX NRG AUDIO NEW | eBay or the factory OME set-up from the audiophile package like this one
FORD F250 F-250 F-350 F350 SUBWOOFER SUB OEM | eBay
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Old 08-07-2012, 04:56 AM
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I'm not a fan of fiberglass boxes because of how they flex. They work if that's all you can fit, but a smaller*speaker in an MDF box built to the speaker's specs would give you better quality sound. Building a box is real easy if you have access to a table saw. If you don't want to build your own, you can talk most audio shops into building one for you, it'll just cost a little bit.

The sheet that comes with a speaker will tell you the cubic" size of the enclosure to give you the best sound. That's also why some guys can run a single speaker and hit harder and sound cleaner than other guys running multiple speakers.
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Old 08-07-2012, 07:42 AM
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i have 2 12' jl in my cc. I had to take out the vents for them to fit.
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I put a 13. JL 13TW5 look for sp2lk boxes.
They list as only being 04-07. I have an 02... Rats.

Only option for 10", I already have a 12" sub and was looking to add it.

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Funny you should ask this question I just finnished 3days worth of researching options for this very thing. Here is what I found out, a 12" speaker will fit if you do not mind removing the carpet on the back wall of the cab the most recomened guy is out of Lake Havasu AZ. BoxWorX If cutting up your interior dose not appeal to you, your left with only two options, a 10" sub in a box like this 05-07 FORD F250 350 10"SUBWOOFER ENCLOSURE FIBERGLASS SPEAKER BOX NRG AUDIO NEW | eBay or the factory OME set-up from the audiophile package like this one
FORD F250 F-250 F-350 F350 SUBWOOFER SUB OEM | eBay
Those boxworx boxes look cool, but doesn't sem to have my model. I'm not particularly excited about removing carpet. Maybe I'll have to consider it.
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I have a 10 inch bazooka tube in my crew cab behind rear seat and no mods were needed and give is a good bass with an amp but you won't rattle cars next to you. But I love mine and recommend to anyone want some extra bass
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