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    Rear Seat Spacers?

    I built 2 separate enclosures for my 10s but they are a little too tall to fit under the rear bench seat in my truck *My Avatar* with it folded down. Is there someone who makes spacers for the rear seat or am i better off makin' my own?



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    Re: Rear Seat Spacers?

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtisLow View Post
    I built 2 separate enclosures for my 10s but they are a little too tall to fit under the rear bench seat in my truck *My Avatar* with it folded down. Is there someone who makes spacers for the rear seat or am i better off makin' my own?
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    Re: Rear Seat Spacers?

    oh **** nevermind thats front seats. my bad




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    Re: Rear Seat Spacers?

    Quote Originally Posted by KurtisLow View Post
    I built 2 separate enclosures for my 10s but they are a little too tall to fit under the rear bench seat in my truck *My Avatar* with it folded down. Is there someone who makes spacers for the rear seat or am i better off makin' my own?
    make your own, makes for a nice project. And you can always list "custom raised rear seat" in your sig



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    Re: Rear Seat Spacers?

    HAHA! Good point, DB.



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    Re: Rear Seat Spacers?

    I remember there was a guy on fullsizechevy.com that was selling a "kit" of sorts a while back, on there and on ebay. Don't know if he's doing that anymore, though. I'd just make my own if I were you... shouldn't be hard at all.




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