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    Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    Ok well I have this subwoofer




    And I am trying to think of a good way to mount it in the trunk. My trunk floor is a basically just a cover for the spare tire but if I mounted it towards the back I would still be able to open it up and get the spare tire out. Would it be ok to mount it on that flimsy type of floor?

    And what should I use to mount it? There is really nothing that came with it that will help me out with that.







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    Re: Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    Quote Originally Posted by lilmaniac2 View Post
    duct tape
    Cool think one roll will do the trick? lol




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    Re: Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    you think im playing, take you a strip 2x as long as the box, double it over ( making it sticky on both sides ) stick it on the bottom of the box.

    place the box where you want it there ya go.

    use the duck brand for the best results......




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    Re: Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    were not dealing with a 50 lb subwoofer and a 5 cube box it will work just fine, ive done it many times




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    Re: Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    I cant tell if your joking or not. Duct Taping my subwoofer to the floor sounds ridiculous but you dont sound like you are joking....




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    Re: Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    Whatever holds it in place.
    Personally I'd go with industrial strength velcro from hope depot



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    Re: Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    Quote Originally Posted by SHOemup233 View Post
    Whatever holds it in place.
    Personally I'd go with industrial strength velcro from hope depot
    That sounds better, ill check it out




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    Re: Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    Quote Originally Posted by SHOemup233 View Post
    Whatever holds it in place.
    Personally I'd go with industrial strength velcro from hope depot
    yea velcro works pretty good



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    Re: Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    velcro is alot more expensive... duct tape works fine. im being dead serious




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    Re: Best way to mount my sub in the trunk

    I've used velcro and trust me, the box won't move at all. But to be more secure (especially from theft), you can buy some brackets from a hardware store and bolt the box to the false floor. just be sure to pack a screwdriver with you in case you have to get to the spare



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