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    2 12's in standard cab?

    I have an 05 silverado standard cab and i was thinking of messing wit some fiberglass an puting 2 12" axis's in place of the center seat. I'm hoping someone has done something like this and give me some pointers.(tuning, support, inverting, and if possible maybe porting)







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    Re: 2 12's in standard cab?

    anybody?




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    Re: 2 12's in standard cab?

    pretty tough to make an enclosure big enough to fit there and port it. could possibly go sealed.... pics of area?




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    Re: 2 12's in standard cab?

    Would u think that it would be better to just invert one 12 instead?




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