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Old 10-16-2009
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I think I am going to go with a different root since my 10" bazooka subs wont fit I am going to just put in two shallow 12" subs. Is there anything I should watch out for when doing this install? I like the sound of the 10" subs but I've decided brain rattling bass is the path I would rather take.
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i have no idea about cubic feet im gona google how to measure that i will get back to ya.
and i dont think they are cramped if you read the specs they are only like 3.5 inches thick and can be mounted in like a 4 inch box. does cubic feet change if there is a partition in the box because i dont know if there is i wasnt there when they built it.
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the sub calls for about .5-1 cube foot and by the looks ur box is prob about .7-.8 ish
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12's in a reg cab is tight!!! I have dual 12's in a sealed box that was constructed to spec for each 12, but I also have a x-cab.
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i found a couple boxes that could fit its just i dont want to lose my fills in the back so if anyone knows where i can pick up 6x8 boxes it would be cool so i could just mount my 6x8 on top of the sub box
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Has anyone ever heard of the "Jackhammer"?
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hey ranger boy you get it done yet. ?
I havent been working on the ranger lately, its been parked for the winter anyways Im going to be driving my winter beater aka a rusty 1988 chevy blazer. I will get pictures up whenever I get the chance to work on it though.
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You will never fit 12's back there with enough air space to perform as they should. Unless your 3'4......
your funny man. i had 2 15s in my regular cab and im 5'10. people would double take every time i passed them because they didnt expect soo much bass from a reg. cab
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Old 10-21-2009
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You will never fit 12's back there with enough air space to perform as they should. Unless your 3'4......
My thoughts exactly! Thank God I run an ex-cab, I can put whatever I want back there. But two 12's is a lot of sub for such a small truck. Unless you only like to listen to the bass, or your looking for a portable massager lol
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your funny man. i had 2 15s in my regular cab and im 5'10. people would double take every time i passed them because they didnt expect soo much bass from a reg. cab
That's just crazy! What does anyone need with that much sub? I like my bass but I like my mid's and high's too. But for me at 6'2", I never had space for anything behind the seat in my old reg cab, hell I barely fit in there lol
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Old 10-23-2009
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That's just crazy! What does anyone need with that much sub? I like my bass but I like my mid's and high's too. But for me at 6'2", I never had space for anything behind the seat in my old reg cab, hell I barely fit in there lol
i built that system cas i love bass
and my mids and highs could keep up just fine. i had 6x8 3 way componets in the door, 5 1/4s in kick panels and had them powerd by a 4x100 amp. i was beatin down the block

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