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Old March 18th, 2008, 09:35 PM   #1
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well im gettn a 250 stnd cab. just wondering not a tech question but can anyone with a system in a standard cab post a few pics. please. my bronco has alot of room witch means big boom and im used to big boom. want boom in my truck. but would like to see what ya have done to make it boom. thanks.
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Old March 19th, 2008, 12:25 PM   #2
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good luck with that. I tried to run 2 12's beheind the seat but found I was squished into the wheel. I swapped to buckets and made a box like a center console instead that worked for awhile. Then I swapped to an ext, now plenty of room.
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Old March 19th, 2008, 06:07 PM   #3
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yea im havein trouble id be happy with two tens but dont know
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Old March 20th, 2008, 09:57 AM   #4
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Putting bucket seats in and the box between seems like the best idea, not much room for a system in a standard cab at all.
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yea im thinkn. i gota jump seat from a superduty. and 2 buckets but was hopeind that a bech seat might work
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Old March 20th, 2008, 10:38 AM   #6
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what year?? my super duty regular cab has a ton more room behind the seat than my '91 150 did... i have a 12" Alpine behind my passenger seat, and the seat is only forward enough to be even with the front of the center seat section.

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wow yea its a 91 250.
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Just saw the pics in your other thread, doesnt look like a woofer is gonna fit, but idk for sure.
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I have 2 10's in my 90 150. Have to put the seat forward about 1-2 inches to make em fit.
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hey what ever works. ill pull the bench if i have to. i got 2 raceing seats that ill bolt in. id just rather have the bench
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i would go 10" sub that requires little air space and go with a sealed box as they are always smaller. also you can use pollyfill in the box to get some lower end bass.
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what kind of music. less air space=tighter hard hitting base more air space=lower boomy bass
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yea i listen to everything. i got two ten inch jls that match perfect with the specs for the truck box that best buy has. ive been do car audio for a little while so ive got some knowledge on it. i suppose if i dont like the boxes ill just build one big one. in a standard cab 1 or 2 tens would be more than enough.
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1 10 in the right box will hit harder than 2 in the wrong box. buddy used to have 1 jl and it was sick
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dude i forgot/ not paying attention. newbie in farmington perfect opportunity for a meet and greet f-ing build it.
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o yea definetly
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i have 10 inches clothed boxes for sale 10 bucks takes both
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Old March 26th, 2008, 12:35 PM   #18
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yea ur on got mud? i think, i want em i just dont have the gas money right now to get to you
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