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Old 03-03-2005
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im planning on putting a system in my truck and i wanted to see if yall had any pics of your box and subs in it... maybe yall can give me an idea of what kind of box i want... any one got ne pictures?
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do you have a single cab, i can't tell from your avatar
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yea i do
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moving to audio/video forum
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i can find some pics of mine in a little bit.. they arent anything really cause the box wasnt meant for a ranger.. i just built some legs so it would sit flat in the back, then put an amp rack across the top of it.. when i redo my box sometime this spring ill have something to show...

wait for michael to show you his box.. it was built for his ranger so it turned out well.. he'll have pics im sure.. there's probably some others on the site too that have stuff that fit their cabs right now a little better than how mine is sitting.

EDIT: ok nothing above will really help you, i just misread and thought for some reason you said you had an extended cab, and not a single.. sorry about that man
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So this was my set up in my old ranger. It since has been transfered to the blazer. But it wouldn't work in a reg cab. It is a 10" Jl W7 powered by a Jl 500.1
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holy crap that looks so freakin cool... but im lookin for a single cab box that stretches from both sides of the truck... im only putting one 10" competition speaker in it... but i dont know what speaker i want to put in it... i got a 10" memphis competition speaker and my uncle wants to sell me another bad *** speaker... but i forget the brand name... im also putting a $500 alpine cd player in it... and a pair od $200 tweeters that im also getting from my uncle...
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I know this is off topic, but I didn't think you could get a Reg. Cab Ranger with 4.0 in 2003, only year I knew of was 2001 but judging by your sig I must have been wrong?
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I know this is off topic, but I didn't think you could get a Reg. Cab Ranger with 4.0 in 2003, only year I knew of was 2001 but judging by your sig I must have been wrong?

i didnt think so either..
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hmmmm, let's see where this goes
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anyway...

http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/329486/4

Member here, named Mnemonic (Michael) Very good with systems, he made my box.. Wow..Great guy too, just wait till he see's this thread.
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I think ya'll got it covered. lol

Basically in a regular cab, you have to go wide and skinny. It's not optimal, but you do what you gotta do.

You can kinda see how I built the box on page 5 of my old cardomain page
http://www.cardomain.com/MEMBERPAGE/329486/5

Sadly I have no measurements to give for that box, as I just measured and built that box to fit every bit of room I could find. But if you want a milder size box, here's a lil blueprint I made up:
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...achmentid=1006

One good place to start is by removing the tire jack, and put that into a tool box, or something. That frees up alot of room. The magic number for subwoofers is 6". No more than 6" top mount depth unless you want to really cramp the legroom. Sub diameter is really whatever you want to do, but 10 or 12" is the easiest.

Any more questions, just ask...
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Nice setup Tyler...
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