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    Dodge truck, single cab

    So I blew up the engine in my '73 duster so my uncle gave me one of his work trucks. Its a 2004 Dodge 1500 single cab. Im wondering how in the hell im going to put subs in this thing. I dont want to have to get a slim box made to fit in behind the seats...I saw a build on youtube and the guy had the subs in between the passenger and driver seat. Any suggestions? THinking about putting it on ebay the second I get it.



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    Re: Dodge truck, single cab

    I've got a 2002 model single cab dodge truck (same exact body style as the 2004).

    It has quite a bit of space behind the seats. I've got a Alpine type R 12 in my truck in a sealed, 1cu ft, rectangle shape , box, but will be having someone build me a ported box for it soon. Plenty of room for it.

    There is easily enough room for a ported encosure for a couple 12's in a wedge shaped box...




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