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Icon5 10" SUBS QUESTION!!

I have a regular cab ford ranger and 2 bazooka 10" subs but I was told I should go with shallow subs but I dont wanna buy them if my subs will work.
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the bazookas are nice but they will be tight to fit behind your seat now the shallow mounts sub will work once you have a nice size box build for them
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yea no way in hell your going to get 1 BT let alone two back there. ive got one in my ext cab and it takes up a ton of space
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Shallows rock so far love em i was skeptical at first
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Okay thanks I guess I'll have to start shopping for some shallow subs..I've never looked into it but I'd probably just look into a set of pioneer subs like youre spc_austen pioneer is a common company and finding the subs should be easy.
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yeah you should go with the subs
, that guys own looks nice !!!!!!!!
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i have two 6'' bazooka and they are very nice and solid but i have an ext cab and they come with build in amps so less wire ,
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Yeah its a pretty nice setup Im probably gonna build my own box though so it'll be setup a little different then that I'll post pics of the box construction when I get myself some shallow subs.
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10 '' is too big man you will have to buy the subs shallow mounts , sorry that the only way
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I know I plan on some pioneer shallow mounts like spc's I just gotta measure everything so I can figure out if the setup I have in mind will work
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ok but don't go any \bigger than 10''
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the shop i took it to built the box for my truck i wish they woulda made it one inch less in depth so my seats would recline back more. but other than that i love it i paid 625 for everything/install they have only been in since last tuesday. i used to have a bazooka tube in 76 chevy pickup and it didnt sound very good but i like booming bass loud enough to flex the windows and roof but thats just me. :)
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i agree its good to have that kinda bass
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damn spc looks like ur really cramping those pioneers
but if it sounds good w/e
nice set up
i got 1 10" now and hoping to put 2 12s in somehow
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^ does your arm rest hit your sub?
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no it fits in perfectly and it doesnt hit either seat
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oh im thinking about losing a sub and making a fiberglass box so my seat can recline back more i didnt think it was bad until i went on a road trip last weekend and sitting straight up for 12 hours wasnt the funnest time .
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My uncle had a Mazda King Cab that had an audio set up that could make the neighbors down the street wet the bed! lmfao!
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