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    daily pounder jeep cherokee

    so moving from 2 12" to 2 15" street
    this is my daily ride and planned to still have the rear seat available

    1990 jeep cherokee

    head unit -----------------Alpine cda 9835
    sub amp's ----------------Q1-3000D (2 STRAPPED)
    Subs --------------------- 15" 05 RE xxx D2 (2) new recone/ss upgrade
    mids and highs amp------- Orion 8004
    mids higs,randomness for now(MB quarts,mtx,diamond audio)

    first i am going to go with the box,decided to go ported 9cuft net with 2 8" sonotube ports at 32hz on combined chamber.

    some pictures:
    the sub

    the sonotubes

    sonotube braces


    box with ports,used construction adhesive (hard as f***k),routered port end,still need to sand it down

    posting installed pics tomorrow.

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    Deck: Alpine CDA-9886
    Speaker Amp: Orion 8004
    Sub Amp: American Bas VFL 500.1
    Sub Stage:18" Hybrid NSV2 TC spider and basket
    Box: 5.5 Cubes @ 31hz
    Wire: 2runs AUDIOTECHNIX 1/0
    batts: (3) DEKA 9A31s

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    Re: daily pounder jeep cherokee

    looks like one hell of a daily ground pounder. nice work

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