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Old 09-07-2008
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just wanted to share info - best small sub/ fits under ext cab seat

Hi, after months of searching . found a custom sub
that Fits perfect under ext.cab seat- can still use jump seat!
10inch - for box(carpeted) and speaker ( of my choice - Memphis dual-voice coil 10") total for both about 140.00

it sounds as nice as any larger 12"sub - without loosing rear-jump seats.

can send pics - if anyone is interested.
running a clean amp - approx 1ohm at 400watts. very load/punchy and clean - for all types of music- only missing below 40HZ - tough to get with a box less that 1cu.ft. I think its about .6-.7 cu.ft
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Pictures for sure man I have been looking into this also
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hi, here is a link to sonic electronics - just for a stock photo..

I got my from a store on ebay with custom BLACK carpet and shipping - total $30 - last year
I will take a picture tomorrow of mine - Fits Perfect under rear-passenger jump seat.

I have to keep the seats - because of my kids..
if grey is ok - then sonic is good to..
Very small Cu.ft- memphis low profile sub was perfect. I am sure if you just look for any - low-profile subwoofer- it will fit too..

http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...FRD13-10.html#
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I might look into that or I might just build my own
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How in sam hell does that go under the drivers seat?


I made my own but the Ranger is not with me so I can't really show what I did. Its an mdf box, sealed, not ported, with a 5 channel amp on the pass side and a 10" shallow mount subwoofer on the other, downfiring....blah blah haha

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Jump Seat... his is in the ext. cab...
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It rather run this and loose a jump seat. Oh wait! I don't have jump seats. HAHA
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I just got rid of my jump seats. Who needs those? Tons more room in the cab with them removed anyway.
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