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sub box where side fold seats are 2004 ranger

Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows who built this sub box in the picture?
This is exactly what I'm wanting to do to my ranger. any info or more pics of this would much appreciated!

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It would be a DIY box, i.e. the user built it himself or paid someone to build it.

Google: building a subwoofer enclosure

To get good sound and "boom" from a sub requires more than a few pieces of plywood and a hole, the internal air space in the enclosure is very important and is different for each subwoofer speaker design, and there are tricks to making a small enclosure(vehicle) work like a larger enclosure(dance club).
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You have to build them yourself. Check out my build thread as I did it a few years back, removed both jump seats and installed 2 boxes where the use to be and made a storage box in the middle to hold my amps and gear.

Here's a link to the how to on to making the boxes.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/interi...cavity-104557/

And My setup. The first page towards the bottom has more pictures of everything together.
https://www.ranger-forums.com/projec...3/#post2057908
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Thanks Ron I figured so...was hoping the person who built them could supply more pics
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Thanks alot Chris! I saw your thread before and thought that would be good to. What exactly are your kicker woofers? shallow mount? comps? the lowest grade ones or what? and do your boxes hit hard? I'm sure they do. what watt amp is that running them? I do appreciate your responce! have a great weekend!
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Thanks alot Chris! I saw your thread before and thought that would be good to. What exactly are your kicker woofers? shallow mount? comps? the lowest grade ones or what? and do your boxes hit hard? I'm sure they do. what watt amp is that running them? I do appreciate your responce! have a great weekend!
I have 2 Polk Audio 10" MM1040DVC MM1040 DVC - Car Subwoofers | Polk AudioŽ They are powered by a Kenwood Monoblock running at 900 watts RMS. And yes they do it hard, I haven't been able to test them at their peak yet though as the cones are hitting my storage box when I get to about 50% power. The weather went to **** right after installing them so I haven't been able to get around to modifying the boxes.
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