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    2 subs in one chamber?

    I had 3 10's in my car. I just bought a 05 silverado ext cab and would like to put them in there. However due the tranny hump under seat I don't think I will be able to fit all 3 10's in single chambers and have enought airspace for each sub. The subs require .5 -1.0 qubic feet of air space. Is it ok for 2 subs to be in a single chamber?







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    Re: 2 subs in one chamber?

    Quote Originally Posted by king2 View Post
    I had 3 10's in my car. I just bought a 05 silverado ext cab and would like to put them in there. However due the tranny hump under seat I don't think I will be able to fit all 3 10's in single chambers and have enought airspace for each sub. The subs require .5 -1.0 qubic feet of air space. Is it ok for 2 subs to be in a single chamber?
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    Re: 2 subs in one chamber?

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    Re: 2 subs in one chamber?

    What kind of subs but yes it will work.




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    Re: 2 subs in one chamber?

    That's just fine.



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    Re: 2 subs in one chamber?

    After box, sub, etc displacement it's going to be very tight. 1.5-3 cubes net is almost impossible unless you plan on raising the back seat.




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    Re: 2 subs in one chamber?

    you can get @2.4 cubes without raising the rear seat.



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