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Amp location

If you couldn't tell from my screenname i have a 2002 ranger reg cab. I just purchased an MTX thunderform. I got an MTX Jackhammer JH202 to power it. I was curious where you have put your amp. Pics would be great. thanks
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I just have mine stuffed under the passenger seat. It's a perfect fit.
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I had mine mounted to my box
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when i had a small system in my old bronk, i had the amp under the seat. there was enough airflow there. most guys on here tend to mount them to the back wall next to the jack or on the box
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I could probably get away with it under the seat, I just like easy access to it if I feel like tweeking it
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mine is under the pass seat, with the controlls facing rear ward so is completely controll able from where it is (even though it's not bolted)

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I have had my amp in many different places





I also have mounted my amp onto my sub which was okay but i didn't have as much access to the ports.
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I put mine under the platform I made.

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I put mine under the platform I made.

THATS BA..

I want one
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It was really easy to make.

Probably took me a half hr to build.

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On top only place it would fit.
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