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Old 06-28-2008
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My Single Cab Ranger System

2 Memphis 10's and 1200 watt amp in custom box

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Looks good I wondered how you put subs in a single cab. Are the rear speaker still there?
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Did you make the box? If so what are your measurements, cause i would sure like to get my 10s in my cab.
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Old 06-29-2008
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yes the rear speakers are still there

My box is 8" wide on the bottom and 3" wide on the top
Its 13" tall and 36" long
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Did you use MDF for the box and if so how thick?

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Do you have alot of leg room left?
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he still has plenty of leg room left...i am 6'3" and i have comfortably drove his truck since he got these in
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I built a very similar box for my single cab. The only real difference is that I went a little taller, and modified the back panel to fit it. I use 3/4mdf to build mine, and have the woofers separated. I lost 3" of leg room from stock with the box, and I am 6'1" and am comfortable in it. My box hold a 12" and a 10".


My question is, is your amp visible through the back window? That's asking someone to steal it for sure!
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Old 07-03-2008
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I use 3/4mdf and I lost about 3 inchs of leg room
But my amp does stick up about an inch into the window but my tool box and tint hides it real well plus i have a lot of stickers on my back glass which also hides it so you cant see it from the out side
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Sooooooo how does it sound?
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Old 07-04-2008
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It sounds really good considering the space I used
those subs would sound a 100 X's better if i had a bigger box and more room tho
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Change the seats out and big a sub box between the seats. One sub firing up from the floor and a second facing the windshield. There is a photo of a truck on here with a center console that houses 2 subs but I have no idea where the photo is.

Glad it worked out good for you.
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thanks Ill try to find it
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Looks good.
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It's in this thread 2nd page. It looks wicked.

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This is the one EM3 is talking about. Its out of my old truck. I had one other setup in that truck with 2 12" behind the seats but that didn't work well for me because i'm 6'7" and even losing 2" of space made it impossible to drive the truck. I think I have a couple more pics on my home computer if anyone wants to see them...
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Post them! We like pics.
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