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    False Floor for Amp

    can someone post some pics of a false floor with just an amp installed. and if yall know, can someone tell me how to do it or give me a website that i can learn from?

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    Re: False Floor for Amp

    can anyone help me out???




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    Re: False Floor for Amp

    I've never done one, but if i was it would be like a 2 floor design.

    1st floor main wires, 2nd floor the amp itself. Then would have a roof with a plexiglass window in the top.

    Wouldn't use MDF, something a little lighter n less dense maybe. 1/2" thickness the most.

    I mean it's all up to you really, just make ur measurements, do ur planning / drawings n so forth.

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    Re: False Floor for Amp

    do u have any pics?




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    Re: False Floor for Amp

    I'll show you a picture of my '81 Camaro with a false floor in the trunk if you want ... throw up your e-mail or something.

    It's actually quite easy to do.

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    Re: False Floor for Amp

    i'd like to see some pics of your camaro Steve, send them to Acidburn2053@aol.com thanks



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    jrdragster1@hotmail.com if ya could thanks
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    Re: False Floor for Amp

    looks good there are you running lexan over the amp?
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    Re: False Floor for Amp

    can someone post how i would go about making my own false floor?

    those look really good and thanks for the pics




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    thanks Steve, very nice, and nice car too



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    thanks Steve, very nice, and nice car too
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    Re: False Floor for Amp

    it is not hard. JUst make an reacpilca of ur trunk floor, then mount the amp to that. Then design the cover for it then u have a false floor. There are so many ways of going about this it is hard to specify one. Maybe I COULD GIVE U SOME PICS IF I KNEW WHAT KINDA CAR U HAD.



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