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Under jump seats box

Looking for some pics of boxes under the rear jump seats. Is there anyway I could fit two CVX 12's underneath there? I'm not sure exactly how far away these seats are from the floor when they let down. Thanks
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MTX thunderform box for xcabs have two downfiring 10's....i've seen boxes on ebay for tow down fireing 12's and 10's...
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/_Car-...4506.m20.l1116

I wonder if that'd work with the seats?
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Here is something I found.
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well before I traded it in, here's what I had:


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I'm wanting to do this same thing. because my box isn't exactly conveinent
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I dont think that you are going to be able to fit 12" cvx's under the seats because they are to deep and the box will be to high and you wont be able to fold the seat down. The subs in that picture look to be about 8"s, but there was a member on here that put some 12" subs in a wedge shaped box under his reat jump seats so it may work.
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My CVX's are 7" deep. I may just run a box like the one I posted in the link. There are times when I really really need to carry more than one person, and I just cant. Plus being 6' doesn't help at all. Leg room sucks.
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https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=54600 there is the thread that has the boxes but they might not work to well with your subs.
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http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/_Car-...4506.m20.l1116

I wonder if that'd work with the seats?

no it wont, if you look in this pic you can see theat the box is up past the seat and you can see the handle

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a buddy of mine had one custom made in his 93 but could only fit 8's in it but it sounded pretty dame good
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Here is my set up. I can still flip my jump seat down.

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no it wont, if you look in this pic you can see theat the box is up past the seat and you can see the handle
hence the Loss of the use of the backseat part in the ad lol
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Even with a sub only 7 inches deep its going to be tough to fit it under a jump seat. theres just under 10 inches from the metal floor board to the bottom of the seat. the padding and vinyl/carpet is about an inch and a half. so you have about an inch and a half to play with. I did it with 2 10 inch subs. This was 2 years ago so my numbers may be wrong, these measurments are all by memory. Mine didnt turn out so well. Lucky I very rarely had any passengers in the back.


The passenger side box is the one I did, the seat just barely came to the top of the box. I resessed the sub about an inch, thats why mine was so tight, but the sub didnt bump the bottom of the seat.


I ended up just sacrificing one jump seat. I liked this set up a lot better.
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dang you 4 door people!!!
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This isn't the best picture, but you can put a box on one side of the truck and leave the other seat in there.

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