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Old 06-11-2008
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sub box??*****

i finally got a sub! its a Kicker 10" CVT and i have a reg can and NO idea how to mount it.. it would be great if you guys could post some pics of your reg cab set ups!
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mtx makes a box for reg cabs... google it :)
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would the mtx box hold any other sub? i didnt know maybe becuase of diffrent depths or somthing
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you should be straight with a 10inch kicker. I had a 10in mtx sub and I replaced it with my kicker I have now. you will like the box. it fits your truck perfectly. crutchfield.com has them. or even look on ebay.
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seriously, Rob, why Audiobahn? Especially when showing them off to the world. Besides, wouldn't MTX or Fosgate match the interior better?
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That center consil is nice but I deffanitely would have done downfiring.

Wrestlingranger, there are single cab truck boxes for sale and plans all over the internet. Find your maximum dimentions and find one that fits in thoes dimentions or plans that fit thoes dimentions or draw your own plans.

Do you want ported or sealed?
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whats the diffrence? haha sorry but i dont know much about subs
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if its ported you need to have a bigger box, if its sealed you can use a smaller box i believe, or visa versa, but you have to make sure you use the right size (diameter and length) pipe. but i think you get better bass outta a ported box. kinda catch 22
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Kicker Ftw!!!
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whats the diffrence? haha sorry but i dont know much about subs
Nothing really, it just gives you an actual arm rest, would make it look and flow like a stock interior.
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find a local car audio shop. thats what i did and picked up a single cab 10" box for my cousins single cab. it was only 35 bucks otd
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you know if their flea markets where you live, then sell tins of sub boxes. iv gotten a few from the ones around here and their pretty nice. they come in all different shapes and sizes too.
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