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    "Make room for baby" project almost complete {pics}

    The time has come to take out my 24 cube spl box and redo my system. I have to use my wifes vehicle anytime I take my daughter out because I couldn't lock down the rear seat in my bronco.
    I started by gutting out the inside and fatmatting most of the interior. I cleaned my carpets and fleckstoned all plastic parts. I noticed that my pro60 comp set was coming apart so I ordered a PG RSD6.5 comp set to replace it . They have much better midbass than the pro60 set had and I am very pleased with them, I am considering buying a 2nd set to install also but havent decided yet. My old bos was around 8 cubes each tuned to 40hz. The new box is 4 cubes each tuned to 32hz. I had to read up here and get help for several days before getting the design right as I had forgot most of what I knew about box building. I still have some work left and will post pics as I get more work done. Here is what I have for now.









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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    Here is some more pics of the box. I ran out of carpet adhesive. I will get some in the morning and finish the box tommorow.




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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    if only the pictures were a little larger




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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    The job is almost finished. I just have a few things left to do like installing the rear seat belts, clamping down the patch cords and a few other small things. The bass isn't as boomy as my old box but I wanted to give up some db's for a cleaner sound so all is well. I still have to tweak some settings but the auto eq is good enought for now. Here is pictures of the finished product.











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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    you must be a vary secure man, rockin the zebra stripes




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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    pimpin




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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    Quote Originally Posted by WantedIsHere View Post
    you must be a vary secure man, rockin the zebra stripes
    Maybe I just like secure men!
    Couldn't resist that.
    My wife has been givin me crap about the stripes all week. I actually painted the trim white and couldn't get it perfect so I went out, got a marker and drew on the stripes which will eventually match the outside of the vehicle. I have a vinyl plotter and was trying to decide how to stripe my white bronco when I came across Ted Nugents bronco. The vehicle body isn't perfect and the vinyl stiping can hide some not so perfect work.




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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    uhhhh, dude. i dont think that baby is helping out your spl score



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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    I thought you were making room, that box uses the complete rear area of the bronco...

    where are you going to put stroller. diaper bag, play pen, paper towel, and toys, ansd what about baby #2..stuff????



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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    lol, peep the budget bronco on trucks old school camo paint job.... might like it...




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    Re: "Make room for baby" project

    Ted Nugents Bronco is bad ***



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