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Jump seat sub box?

Has anyone here made a custom sub box to fit in the jump seat hole. i've seen it done in an s-10 and i was thinking of trying to do it with mine. any pics?
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i believe there is a write up in the how-to section of it may still be in the how-to submission section...
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thats nice and i still might go with something like that but im hoping to be able to do something like this. http://www.geocities.com/stevebang2000/Sonoma.html
I just have to wait till it gets a little warmer outside to start.
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Wow, that is nice! Lotta glass work though.
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glassing is easy and fun!
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Been there. Done that. Hoo-hum. <yawn> JK.

Actually that looks GREAT! Wish I had that kind of space when I was doing mine, but mine is on a swivel. Tricky. And Nicholoff is correct. Glassing is easy if your setup is properly done. I like the fact that you guys can use a 10" in that spot. I was too limited by space to do it, but I wouldn't trade my rear doors for anything. (And the 8 is not bad at all now that I'm getting closer to it being pretty well tuned.) Next comes the daunting task of sound deadener (when funds become available).

Good luck with it and keep us posted.

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