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Cwilliamson
06-30-2010, 09:12 PM
Is it possible to fit 4 12's under the seat of a 2010 f150 super crew? If not 12's then maybe 10's or 8's. I seen a post were a guy had two 13's under one side of his back seat so I was thinking 4 12's would fit. Let me know what you think.

rosshimself13
07-01-2010, 07:57 AM
fit possibly with thin mounts, but be in a properly sized enclousure no

hatemonger
07-01-2010, 11:56 AM
if you dont have at least 50 inches of width (probably still not enough), then it will be difficult to fit 4 12's in a row under the seat anyway. most 12's are a little over 12 inches at the outer ring. not to mention the lack of internal volume.

Burton6431
07-01-2010, 12:06 PM
you could probably fit it with 10's possibly 12's, but how about you go for something more practical like two 12" slim mounts in a proper box? Itll be louder than the 4.

Cwilliamson
07-01-2010, 12:32 PM
What would you guys suggest for a good sound sub setup? I'm going with a 3 way setup in the front and just stock for rear fill. I thougt about a single 12 but I wanted to do something different that can get really loud when I want it to. What about 10's or a handful of 8's.

hatemonger
07-01-2010, 12:39 PM
What would you guys suggest for a good sound sub setup? I'm going with a 3 way setup in the front and just stock for rear fill. I thougt about a single 12 but I wanted to do something different that can get really loud when I want it to. What about 10's or a handful of 8's.

it all can get loud when installed right. 4 8's, 2 12's, 2 10's, 3 10's, single 12, single 10. it all hinges on how much volume you have to work with and dimensions for the sub to actually fit in the box. i have a single 10, but it still can tickle my hair and flex my truck pretty good.