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Old 06-23-2007
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Got A ? about subs

hey guys i got a reg cab edge ranger. Whats the could i fit two 12inch subs behind the passenger seat or no?

My buddys selling them in a box and wanted to know if theyd fit. Obviously i have to move the seat up a lil but would that fit and would there be any room for the person to sit in that seat leg room wise
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ya your gonna lose half your seat adjustment...
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dont do it i have 2 10s one behind pass and one behind driver, both 10s are 6.25 mounting depth and when flexing it touches my chair, i dont reccomment 12s at all unless ur doing a single 12 in the middle or somin!
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Regular Cab would suck...plain and simple, if its a good deal buy them and re sell them haha...


Unless you port the box in from the bed? Way to much time effort and aggrivation!!
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You won't be able to do it. I looked into it and I'd have to be a midget to drive like that so I put my 12's in the bed.
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HAHAHA 2 12s in a reg cab. It will work BUT the box will extend past the passenger seat and continue behind the armrest. Since the armrest is connected to your seat then you will have to move up just as far as the passenger seat. Just stick with 10s.
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you could make them fit...but they wouldnt have half the air space they would require

go wth 10's
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Me and my buddy put two MA Audio 12's in a ported fiberglass box, which utilized all the space we had to work with..they THUMPED! im 6' and no problem with leg space.

Just get creative and have some fun. heres where i learned how to fiberglass if this helps any http://www.the12volt.com/installbay/...ics.asp~FID~16

Good Luck!

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so you guys are saying just put a single 10 in there?
Do those custom boxes work at all?
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It all depends on how much bass you want. I'd look for a high dollar 10 like a Kicker, JL, or Rocksford Fosgate only because you can give them a beatn,and they'll respect you in the mornin. also check into the shallow mount woofers, they pound a lot harder than youd think..heres a link to a decent one http://sonicelectronix.com/item_8837...ik+STW-10.html

Hope that helps man
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yeah it does thanks man, what about boxes got any good sites for them,
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Really truley some of the best deals your gonna find is Ebay, or the site i gave you www.sonicelectronix.com, i havent found any other site that compares to their prices on woofers,seakers,headunits,gps,amps or anything. its really a sweet site. Im not sure if your looking for a custom box, or fiberglass but ive been building both for a few years now so if ya need anyhelp on ideas or measurements id love 2 help ya out buddy.
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It all depends on how much bass you want. I'd look for a high dollar 10 like a Kicker, JL, or Rocksford Fosgate only because you can give them a beatn,and they'll respect you in the mornin. also check into the shallow mount woofers, they pound a lot harder than youd think..heres a link to a decent one http://sonicelectronix.com/item_8837...ik+STW-10.html

Hope that helps man
Wow the only ones of those I would even consider are the JL W6s even though they are over priced, Kicker L5 or L7s and the T series from RF. The rest from those brands will crap out and get no respect from me. Look at TC Sounds, FI audio, or RE. As for the box ask around here. Tell us what you want etc.
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