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    Help!!

    ok i have a box that fits very nicely inbetween my wheel wells in the trunk, but i would like an angled wall to mount my amps on..so is there any way to have my wall sturdy and connected to my box without actually building a new box where its part of the enclosure?







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    Sure...

    Make 2 triangles at the angle that you want the amps at. Screw the triangles to the back of the box, either from the inside or use angle brackets from the outside. Then make a board so that it's length and width will cover the triangles. You may want to cut/drill holes in it for the amp wires. Then mount the amps.

    In the drawing, imagine that the red is the new addition on the back of your box, the blue is the amps, and the red circles could be holes for running wires.
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