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Old 12-27-2003, 11:12 PM
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im so unsure of what i want to do with my truck. i have and 03 ram quadcab. any suggestion on a sub and box that i can put under the rear seat. i think i have about 1.5 cubic ft. but that airspace isnt very deep and its real thin in center. but i want somethin that will play extremely low and deep, and obviously sound good. i thought about building an abc for an 8, but does anyone have any better suggestion. PLEASE HELP ME!

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Old 12-28-2003, 06:15 AM
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I've crammed a couple 10's under the rear seats in a '99 Ram quadcab. Here's the enclosure....



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Old 12-29-2003, 02:32 PM
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Nice job on the box, but won't fit in the newer Dodge truck, Your best bet is to fibreglass the two areas under each side seat and attach a solid baffle board to the top of it. Choose a sub that will work in a small sealed box and go for it. I have seen multiple trucks like this that use Lightning Audio stike subs and Eclipse aluminum subs. The latter being an sq sub that plays real deep bass. It works in a sealed enclosure as small as .5 cu ft. to a max of a.25 cu.ft sealed only. You should be able to build up the box about 3" from the top of the storage area to near the bottom of the seat. It will be a project but well worth doing.

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Old 12-30-2003, 09:36 PM
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thanks for the good ideas guys........i wanna do something like what u guys have said........just not sure which sub/enclosure combo will be the best....whats the best sub/subs for 1.5 to maybe 2.0 cubic ft of airspace. and what box design should i use, sealed ported, abc??????thanks guys

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