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What I did this weekend...

OK, So I finally finished my subwoofer enclosure. After a day and a half of measuring, cutting, cussing, and thinking I dont really need bass...I almost gave up lol. I got it done. I should have taken pics of the building process, but didnt. I have zero experience with subwoofer instalation, but Im pretty proud of my work. It sounds great too! What do you guys think?

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Nice! VERY clean install!

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That Looks Awesome!
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that turned out real nice I like it a lot!
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That looks freakin impressive! I'd pay good money for something like that.
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yeah that looks way good dude. Real clean....
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damn!!!! that is pretty f***ing sick bro.
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Your presistance & patience paid off and definately shows...Very good job!



When do you want to start building mine?
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did you put fans in there? does it overheat?
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did you put fans in there? does it overheat?
why would it over heat? the amps are getting more air than they would under the seats like I had them originally.

Thanks for the compliments everyone!
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Very nice install! that looks really clean
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Nice! VERY clean install!

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Wow, that looks fantastic! FLippingly fantastically stunningly beautifyingly.. cool.. ly!
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nice work
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Any one willing to attach those pics?? I cant see them, but i would like to so that i can get an idea how i want my system to go...
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very clean man
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That looks great, very nice work.
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Awesome job!!!
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Quality work man! I like how its tucked into the back there so if you have a passenger, they can still have room. I'm going to have to save these pictures if I ever do something with mine. Really nice install.
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Damn thats nice, i just threw my 12" in the back lol, looks good.
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Looks great! Just wondering how do you keep it from moving around?
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WOW! I'm going to build a set-up like that, it's way better than what I was planning
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why would it over heat? the amps are getting more air than they would under the seats like I had them originally.
Oh, no reason besides the fact that they are almost completely enclosed inside an isulated wooden box. I built something similar to that for a friend once and it overheated in the summer. I added a 35mm computer fan to the side and it worked pretty well. Looks like you have room for one on the right hand side and it would be hidden.
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that looks really good! cleanest install in a 4 door Ranger i have seen.
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Oh, no reason besides the fact that they are almost completely enclosed inside an isulated wooden box. I built something similar to that for a friend once and it overheated in the summer. I added a 35mm computer fan to the side and it worked pretty well. Looks like you have room for one on the right hand side and it would be hidden.
It wouldn't hurt anything to have it either.
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