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    ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    Just wondering if anyone needs any boxes built, sealed or ported. im in clemson, sc so shipping anywhere on the east coast won't be too expensive. if you are interested send me a pm or an e-mail to chris1424882@aol.com including what subs you have, how much room you have to work with and what you are going for(sq,spl,sql) and i will give you a price.







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    Re: ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    ttt




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    Re: ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    I could be interested...I'll keep you in mind when I get the money

    Do you have pictures of previous work?




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    Re: ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    I don't need one built, I'm just not a math whiz so I need help figuring out the length of one of my sides before I actually build the box. if I've calculated correctly, I've got JUST ENOUGH (no extra, so no room for error here) airspace for my JL 10W6s in my truck. it will be just a bit uncomfortable to drive at times, but to me will be worth it. I've so far got 9" (bottom), 12" (back), and 5" (top). I know the length it's going to be, but for what I'm asking, it isn't important. what's the 4th side's length?

    what's the formula to use? if I could remember it, I can do the math. I just can't remember it though. thanks a bunch

    :edit: I tried to put a small representation of it on here but it wouldn't work out.



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    Re: ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    The front would be 12-11/16"
    Give me your width and i will give you a cutsheet.




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    Re: ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    52" or 53". either works.

    :edit: would this be enough airspace? I'm almost sure my calculations are right...I'm probably wrong though :P



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    Re: ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    ttt, i just bought a new table saw!




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    Re: ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    bump




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    Re: ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    I recently got a box off him, I am very impressed on how evenly it was lined up and built/sealed. I've only listened to my subs int he box throw in my brother car for a short time, but the box seems to be great. Very good communication with Chris throughout the whole process as well.



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    Re: ANyone need a box built on the east coast?

    Thanks for the ref. I also just sold a snailshell for a 15" xxx to a guy on sounddomain and he got it today, i guiding him through wiring his stuff up now and i will let you know how he likes it




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