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    What could I do with these measurments.

    I have a 98 single cab f-150. I need to build a sub box and these are the measurments.
    Lenght=54", Height=14", top of box=5-6", bottom of box=12". What could i do in building this box. SPL wise.







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    box help

    madorx-
    what type of subs are you planning to run in your box
    and how much amp power are you planning to use
    to power your subs.




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    was for spl so i mean 1 12 would take up all that space. Havent really decided that. Wanna see what i can fit first.




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    anyone?




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    box help

    how about two - 12'' subs in that box
    with a divider in the center so each sub has it's own air space
    just an idea you might try

    what kind of amp and how much power are you planning to use




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    i could get 1 SPL 12 and make it ported this is what im asking. How sould i set up the box for ported?




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    im trying to figure out what subs i could go with. I know its not much mounting depth. I want maybe 1 12" that will be loud. Not sure on much else




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    with that size box is it big enough to make ported? It will be behind the seat of my truck.




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    Any suggestions on the sub? will an XXX fit prob to much depth. 10 or 12 sould work.




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    I'm still debating on this.... Maybe a Se 12" or somthing along that lines. Just looking for a signle sub that will get loud and still retain some SQ. And for the ports I have no clue where to start. Using Pvc would prob be easier but I have no clue. Anyone?

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    ttt Once agian




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    Well unfortunately i have been working with those same dimensions for about the past 3 years in my 95 chevy s-10 std cab. You do have a few options, I personally cannot find a way to fit some nice 12"s back there... well any of the audiobahn 12"s cuz their baskets are HUGE. but I do have fun with 10's. I used to have one pioneer premier in a ported box and it was Abnormaly loud... i mean i literally could blow 2 12's out of the water. Then i went and bought two audiobahns, it took a little leg room sacrificing but i could fit them in there and now those are like wow. Here is a pic of the 1 10" and the 2 10"s. Oh yeah the 2 10"s box wasn't through in the pic im redoing it now will hopefully have some good pics for yall. But of course if 2 10"s isn't enough i figured out a way how to fit 4 10"s in there, 4 really good 10's.... but that would be overkill.
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