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Old 09-25-2009, 10:45 PM
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Subs in a Regular Cab

I just put infinity speakers and tweeters in my regular cab dakota. Now I have way too much on the high end even with treble adjusted down. Ive been wanting to put subs in ever since I got the truck. I just thought there wasnt enough room for them. Does anybody have pictures and dimensions of a box for 10" subs that would fit in a regular cab? Because of the limited space Obviously a sub with a huge magnet wouldnt work out. So are there any shallower sitting subs that you guys would recommend?
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Old 09-25-2009, 11:01 PM
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Here's my old box with 12''s in it. Sold it to AndrewSXT.



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Old 09-26-2009, 06:31 PM
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Do you have any dimensions for the old boxes?
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I'll ask Andrew and have him measure. The airspace was around .75ft'2. Which would be perfect for Kick Comps. Both of the boxes were connected with a one piece bottom. Wrapped them in headliner and put polished steel panels on the side for looks.

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Old 09-26-2009, 06:56 PM
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I was thinking about something like this.

Just having two seperate boxed and mounting amp behind the center console.
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mine were around those dimensions. The only thing different the box I haven't completed yet is that it goes clear up to the rear window to get a little more airspace. Kicker sells truck boxes with their CVTs for $160, which isn't too bad of a deal.
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If you got money to spend, JL has an EXTREMELY low profile 13"

2.5" depth, and only needs 0.8 ft^3 in a sealed box. You'd be able to sit without your knees in the steering wheel, your seat just about all the way back!

Edit: what was I thinking, not including a link? http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...o+13TW5-3.html
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If you got money to spend, JL has an EXTREMELY low profile 13"

2.5" depth, and only needs 0.8 ft^3 in a sealed box. You'd be able to sit without your knees in the steering wheel, your seat just about all the way back!

Edit: what was I thinking, not including a link? http://www.sonicelectronix.com/item_...o+13TW5-3.html
0.8 ft^3 actually would take up a lot of space behind the seat of a RC.

You could put in a couple quality 8's and make it just as loud as any normal sized big magnet sub.

Or you could be crazy like me...bahaha



Left: (2) 0.64 ft^3 sealed with a Infinity 12", abused on 450 watts.

Right: new box, 1.59 ft^3 @ 38 Hz with one 10" that'll be seeing 900 watts.
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I was thinking about something like this.

Just having two seperate boxed and mounting amp behind the center console.
My boxes in the truck right now came out to be:

20" wide
15" tall
5" top
8" bottom

But, I lost some leg room in the process...
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Im 6' 3'' so I cant really spare any leg room.
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0.8 ft^3 actually would take up a lot of space behind the seat of a RC.

You could put in a couple quality 8's and make it just as loud as any normal sized big magnet sub.

Or you could be crazy like me...bahaha



Left: (2) 0.64 ft^3 sealed with a Infinity 12", abused on 450 watts.

Right: new box, 1.59 ft^3 @ 38 Hz with one 10" that'll be seeing 900 watts.
i disagree. If you were to build a .8ft^3 box for that speaker, the internal dimensions could be 21.5x15x2.75, plus 3/4 MDF, you'd be at 23x16.5x3.25

You can easily fit that behind a seat. It's like 2 feet, and a dakotas are wide enough to even fit 2 in there.
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Im 6' 3'' so I cant really spare any leg room.
I'm 6'8"...
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i disagree. If you were to build a .8ft^3 box for that speaker, the internal dimensions could be 21.5x15x2.75, plus 3/4 MDF, you'd be at 23x16.5x3.25

You can easily fit that behind a seat. It's like 2 feet, and a dakotas are wide enough to even fit 2 in there.
Sigh...I've DONE THIS, I know how hard it is to get it to work and what will and will not fit.

That doesn't come close to 0.8 ft^3.
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I'm 6'8"...
why did you get a reg cab truck? lol
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so what do you guys think? Best sized box without losing any leg room? I listen to a lot of metal so Im going with 10's.
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