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Old 01-22-2007
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playing with box ideas

I got bored and had nothing better to do, so i decided to start playing with a new box idea. I decided to check out a triangular prism shaped box. It seems like the best space saver in a regular cab since it would still allow you maximun reclining...wouldn't it? So i computed the measurements I would need and taped it out on my mini-fridge (pic available if its requested. lol. quite funny looking). I didn't feel like pulling out a sub, so im not certain, but there appears to be enough space to mount my P1's since they dont take a lot of depth. So what do yall think, possible. ideas to further my thoughts?
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Old 01-23-2007
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hmm..thanks guys. lol. bump
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Old 01-24-2007
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ummm not sure post some pics lol. or send me some [email protected] I also want to make a new sub box.
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Old 01-24-2007
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eh. i mocked one out of plywood in shop today. it wont work. back to the drawing board.
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Old 01-25-2007
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haha well doesnt that stink
i jsut started cutting mine outa mdf: 2.6 per, 30" wide, seat all that way back and all the way reclined.. and still under the rear speaker line
id send you some drawing/pics but its for ext
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good luck though
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Old 01-25-2007
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I made a box for a single 10" P2 downfiring and like the way it sits in the truck. It lets the pass. seat go far enough back to please even the most "gangsta" as they like to be known, of my friends. It only takes up one of the jumpseats and i made an amp rack to mount the amp on top but it didn't quite look good so thats coming off. Other than the rack i love the box, pretty small, clean, and very inconspicuous to some of the window peekers.
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and in the truck (still needs surfaced and painted):
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Old 01-25-2007
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sry man i didn't catch the part about you having a reg. cab.
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How bout something like this? If you have I *think* a 93 or newer you'll have a little more room than I did. If I can find my drawing I could scan it and send it to ya.
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