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sho
08-25-2008, 07:50 PM
hello i have a 2006 F150 i want to put 4 12s in it. it is a extended cab. i dont know how to get all those subs in that small of area. any suggestions. i dont know what size ports either and where to put them. please help me

duece212
08-25-2008, 07:51 PM
you takin the back seat out?

Buck
08-25-2008, 07:53 PM
i have on 03 f150. listen, your gona need alot more room than whats under that back seat for 4 12's

sho
08-25-2008, 08:00 PM
just the the bottom part of the drives side rear seat. i want to leave the other seat for an extra passenger

#1lsufan
09-02-2008, 09:26 PM
i have an 04 extended cab and i was wanting to do the same and talked to a rockford fosgate expert. he said jus get 1 or 2 good subs.2 will sound better than the four.. ur taking all ur air space..

dwright27
09-03-2008, 12:38 AM
i have an 04 extended cab and i was wanting to do the same and talked to a rockford fosgate expert. he said jus get 1 or 2 good subs.2 will sound better than the four.. ur taking all ur air space..

what certifications does he has saying hes a rockford expert??

i have an 06 F-150 with 1 18" MT.

i removed my back seats and i got 6.5 cubes for now tuned to 28 hertz.

for 4 12's ported, you're looking around 8 cubes, so theres no way you're getting 4 of them back there without removing something.

azimuth
09-03-2008, 12:42 AM
what certifications does he has saying hes a rockford expert??

i have an 06 F-150 with 1 18" MT.

i removed my back seats and i got 6.5 cubes for now tuned to 28 hertz.

for 4 12's ported, you're looking around 8 cubes, so theres no way you're getting 4 of them back there without removing something.

so the rockford guy was right. 4 would be in too little space.