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    I was looking to buy a S-10 ext. cab. My question is where do I fire the subs at. should they be facing toward me to get the most sound? I know I like the sound in my trunk of my car I have now. They are facing toward the back of the trunk. Is there a certain way to get the best sound in a ext. cab truck to get the most of the subs? Any ppl that have had prior experience with this would help alot.

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    Re: Sub Facing for ext. truck

    my new box im building will havethe sub pointing to the roof. my box i have now is facing the 3rd door on the driver side, but i have had it facing upwards as well. i didnt really hear a difference, since the cab is so small. really any way you face it, it will be plenty loud.

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