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    Reg cab S10 boxes

    Can you guys post up some pics and diemensions of your boxes. I can't really measure it right now, my truck is all gutted inside.
    I have the 94, so 94+ please.

    No blowthroughs



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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    Um, I did a box for my budies 03 regular cab s-10. Did 4 12" kicker CVT's. Very tight on space. I believe the box was 8.75 inches at the bottom, 3.5 inches at the top, 16 inches high, and I believe it was 52inches long



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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    Hmm.. any perticular setup your wanting to do? In a truck like that it would seem more logical to use shallow mount subs cuz I know there isn't enough depth for a sub like in your avatar. My 97 GMC sonoma whish is pretty much a S-10 has(did have) a blow-through. I went through all kinds of boxes behind the seats. Never found what I was looking for so I cut it up. But then I sold it



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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    Yeah, I think the total volume I had in the one I built was like 1.7 cubic feet. I put about 15 pounds of poly fill in that **** thing.



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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    Haha.. wow, you had more room than me.. Im a tall **** head



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    Haha.. wow, you had more room than me.. Im a tall **** head
    Yeah, my buddie was short as **** so thats all we could do. Had to mount his PDX-1000 under the drivers seat and his ZX-300.4 undrer the passenger seat.



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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    i used to have a reg cab sonoma, i had 4 10"s in a box that was 51" wide, ~21" tall, 4" top depth, 10" bottom depth. it took up a ton of room, and still wasnt really enough airspace for 4 10"s sealed. I would suggest a box with a bottom depth around 7" and top depth around 3", 51" wide, and maybe 16-18" tall. that should be enough for 2 nice 12"s



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    Quote Originally Posted by 01 S 10 View Post
    i used to have a reg cab sonoma, i had 4 10"s in a box that was 51" wide, ~21" tall, 4" top depth, 10" bottom depth. it took up a ton of room, and still wasnt really enough airspace for 4 10"s sealed. I would suggest a box with a bottom depth around 7" and top depth around 3", 51" wide, and maybe 16-18" tall. that should be enough for 2 nice 12"s
    I want to fit the two Mach 5 SPL-12s behind the seats.. i was thinking external aeros between the seats



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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    Quote Originally Posted by Gearstix View Post
    I want to fit the two Mach 5 SPL-12s behind the seats.. i was thinking external aeros between the seats
    how deep are those and what kind of box specs?




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    how deep are those and what kind of box specs?


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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    Bumps.



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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    It's going to be very hard to get that to fit



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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    I don't have the stock seat, I'm currently fabbing up some brackets to fit 1st gen Prelude buckets in it. I don't care if it comes up past the window line.
    These subs have no pole vent also, so... they can be close to the back wall.



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    Re: Reg cab S10 boxes

    Any ideas anyone?

    I'd do a blowthrough but I don't know if the gasket is re-usable. I will have to pull the bed off to fix the fuel sender, and eventually will have to pull it off to install bags... so I don't know if I can re-use the accordian gasket..



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    Quote Originally Posted by Gearstix View Post
    Any ideas anyone?

    I'd do a blowthrough but I don't know if the gasket is re-usable. I will have to pull the bed off to fix the fuel sender, and eventually will have to pull it off to install bags... so I don't know if I can re-use the accordian gasket..
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