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Old 03-04-2010
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Sub inclosure for reg. cab

Hey do any of you guys have an idea or something you have done for subs in a reg. cab ranger. Thanks for the help. I am looking to run two 10 in subs.
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been trying to find the same thing, i found a box or two that would fit, but they werent made to hold 2 10's, ill give you a link when i find them again
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Build a custom box
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Hey I've got a link on my other computer, I'll get it to yall in a little while. It's like $150 and made for two tens.
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Build a custom box
or if you dont have the time or resources go to a audio shop and have one built got mine built for 70.
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The one I just took out cost me $200 to have made seven years ago, and it takes up a lot of leg room. This one is very similar but doesn't take up any. I'll be buying one soon.
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i didnt lose legroom just recline i used to be headrest against window now its two inches away.
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check out my build thread. ive got a regular cab. you can get them loud as **** if you know what your doing
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Old 03-09-2010
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or build a custom ported box for a single 12" RE SE and get a 600-1000rms amp
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I had two 10's in my old regular cab. Worked great for me and provide a perfect location to put loose change.
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I had two 10's in my old regular cab. Worked great for me and provide a perfect location to put loose change.
nice box, but not so nice subs.
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i got a reg cab, and found a rockford 12 in a shallow box for 150, fits under the support lip in the rear od the truck, and barely knos its there, its a ferfect fit....best buy has it
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i built my own box, measurements - 30" long - 10" tall - 7" at base - 6" on top

my seats have plenty of room bc it fits to the contour of the seat, if yours are set like mine of course
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my measurements are 54''wideX6'' top depth and 11 inches bottom depth but your gonna have to be pretty short to be comfortable with my setup lol
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i just got on ebay and picked up a mtx thunderform box for cheap then put the compnents i wanted in. had to move my seat forward a 1 click to give the sub room and gotta move forward another click if i want it slappin
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single pioneer shallow 10 in a custom box. I recently changed my amp from the alpine mrp350 to an alpine mrp500. what a difference!!
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My box for 2 CompVR 10's:

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