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Old 03-09-2010
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10" subs reg cab truck?

I have two 10" bazooka subs they're sopposedly really good that I would like to put into the ranger Im just not sure how they'll fit considering theyre not shallow subs. Does anyone know if this is even possible? Im building the box myself if theres a speacial way a box might need to be done or anything?
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Old 03-09-2010
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i had 10's in a single cab. You gonna lose leg room and thats all there is too it lol..

Also for better clearence i would cut out a 12 inch hole on the front where you are mounting the speaker then on a nother board but out the 9 in. hole for the speaker and put it under the other hole so the speaker is inset in the box.
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I also just got a set of two 10" pioneers, couldn't fit two so I just sold one and put in the other one in my truck with a new amp. Im just going to sell the other 10" with my old amp :P
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Quickest way to find out if they'll fit and how much leg room you'll lose is to find the mounting depth of the sub. Take that measurement and find a split truck box that has the required mounting depth for your sub. It should have the dimensions of the box. The total overall depth at the bottom of the box will be the room you'll need behind the seat. I would venture to guess you are going to lose 2 to 4 notches of reward adjustment on your seat. Or maybe not? Hope that helps.

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how thick are the bazookas? i have 2 12" pioneer slims and they arnt that expensive and pound like a mother.
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