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    Sub back-port up or Sub up and port back?

    Older 2 door blazer......18" MT with BTL softparts.....so which is better ? Need help from the SUV guys



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    Re: Sub back-port up or Sub up and port back?

    ive always heard sub up port back was the best, but this is hearsay, so dont take my word for it. Mine is sub back port back and it slumps, just rattles the sht outta my hatch...



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    Re: Sub back-port up or Sub up and port back?

    sub back and port back is great in my bronco....but i also heard sub up and port back is awesome



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    Re: Sub back-port up or Sub up and port back?

    sub up port back= madness, in most cases




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