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    cut through?

    I have a 99' Dodge Dokota R/T regular cab with 6 MTX 8000 series 12's and 3 8100D 1500w amps in the bed. I have a 8" x 40" cut through in the cab but since they are 12" subs, they are pounding on the sheet metal of the cab and about half the sound is getting through to the dash. I can't really cut any higher because of wire harnesses from the factory. Help me out if you got any ideas, I am only hitting 148! With 6 12's it should be a bit higher.<br /> Thanks<br />[email protected][/EMAIL]



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    hmmm... have you ever considered an audio control wave guide? this lets you adjust the BASS wave frequienty futher from.... or closer into the cab... check it out on Audiocontrols site...later dude




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