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post #1 of 2 Old 01-21-2011, 06:26 AM Thread Starter
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Burying The Amplifier With 2nd Row Buckets

I have a great '03 Eddie Bauer with second row bucket seats. I am looking for a place to bury or hide the stereo amp but even the relatively small size of the Alpine PDX-5 is too big to go under the seats. I am using the Stealthbox so I can't use the space below the console in the front.

I am soliciting suggestions as well as any experience you have. I am not averse to building a custom enclosure but that is another skill I am not completely comfortable in doing.



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I have seen guys put inverters under the secong row on don't see why an amp wouldn't fit

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