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jump seat cavity sub enclosure for a 12" sub

Im not sure if anyone has done a how to on this so I figured I would start one. Once I get the pictures of the progress uploaded ill move it to the how to section. Ill be using a 12" rockford fosgate p2 for my sub so all measurements will be off that.

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You makeing any headway on this?
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Ya actually I am. It lacks carpet and a couple more small items but its difficult to get anything done when you only have a day or so to work on it
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how big is the sport trac sub? will it work in that area?
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Who has a sport trac?

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the sport trac sub is under the back window which would be on the rear wall...
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Do you have any pics?
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All I have for now are my measurements ill post those.
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Here's the lay out of it. I have it togeather already I just don't have pictures yet:
Double this panel :

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Side facing the seat:

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Side going against the back wall:

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Double this panel. Top and bottom piece

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i'm confsued with this thread, is a P2 sub on from a sport trac? from your comment about who has a sport trac, i'm guessing you feel the same way/
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Sorry, I didn't realize earlier that I didn't include rockford fosgate before the p2 in my first post
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you mentioned it in the first post. what are you taking outta the sport trac?
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Lol no. I don't even know where sport trac came into play. I never even referred to a st lol
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I'm gonna need to make myself one of these pretty soon...
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how big is the sport trac sub? will it work in that area?
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the sport trac sub is under the back window which would be on the rear wall...
this is why.....

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Alright, finnaly got it finished today. What do y'all think?

Before carpet:

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Finnaly got the carpet done:

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All in all im pleased for my first box build.
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Looks good!
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Looks good!
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i think that is a nice fit
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Thanks kyle. Ya it fits nice and snug in the hole
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looks awesome man!! may ask why you didnt use tan carpet
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Lol yes you may. I don't have tan carpet lol
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clean....nice fit
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pimp!
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That's impressive man especially for your first build, a lot straighter edges then mine were lol, great job on the carpet to, how does it sound?
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