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post #1 of 3 Old 08-18-2011, 11:56 AM Thread Starter
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SUB mount situation with power sliding window

I need a fast response on how to put a sub box behind the seat of an 09 f250 with the power sliding window???? any help? The store im getting everything put in says i need to take the two seater tray out in order to make it work.

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The box I bought to go in my 09 fit back there without taking anything out. You have to unbolt the seat and slide it forward to get the box back there. You also have to trim the insulation a little. I got the box from Supercrew Sound, maybe the one they are trying to put back there isnt designed to go back there.
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I avoided these issues with two solutions
1) bought a truck without the rear sliding window. Sub alone would fit with the motor, but I was then able to put the amp right next to it in the center leaving storage room on the other side.
2) skipped all the bs and made the box myself

what is the two seater tray? the false metal floor? This may be true with your situation if you bought a box to go in there. The true solution is to make a custom box that fits around the components you want to keep. As far as the window motor goes I would put the sub on one side of the truck and the amp on the other since it is in the middle.
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