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    how about a false floor?

    Im building a false floor for my extended cab Silverado. Ive the top part done and will probably get the base of it done tonight. Im not going to go too all out on this, Im going to keep it simple but still a little flashy.

    Its going to be carpeted with 2 windows on each side in the front behind the passenger and driver seat with the amps under them.

    For now my SX 18 will be sitting on it until I can get the money for a BTL 18 and a bigger amp. I have a Hinfonics BX1500D on the way and will probably get another Hifonics amp to run the Rainbow comps Im going to get.

    Later I will probably build a center console because my factory console is just too bulky and tall for what I want. Plus, when I invert the BTL the magnet is going to be too close to it.

    Also, if anyone has any pics of their false floors, I would like to see them just to steer me in a good direction. I have everything planned out, but maybe someone will have some tips or something for me, to make this better. So any pics, advice, tips, tricks, etc that you have please let me know. I appreciate it

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    Re: how about a false floor?

    put some fans



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    Re: how about a false floor?

    yeah if your gunna put the amps down there in that enclosed space you need to move air thru there. Put openings on the ends and put some fans in there...making one side blow in and the other blow out is a good idea




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    Re: how about a false floor?

    not mine but should help...













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    Re: how about a false floor?

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbagumper6 View Post
    yeah if your gunna put the amps down there in that enclosed space you need to move air thru there. Put openings on the ends and put some fans in there...making one side blow in and the other blow out is a good idea
    oh yeah of course forgot to mention that thanks



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