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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-20-2007, 11:57 PM Thread Starter
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I want to get a box to mount 2 12" wooflers under or behind rear seat of 2003 crew cab ford it has a 5-1/16" mounting depth how have all of you mounted subs in you super dutys :Thumbup:
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-21-2007, 12:04 AM
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I saw these yesterday looking through Crutchfield.


Size10 -inchImpedance2 ohmsCone MaterialInjection molded polySurround MaterialSantoprene rubberSealed Box Volume (cubic feet)0.8 - 3Ported Box Volume (cubic feet)1.25 - 1.75Port diameter (inches)N/APort length (inches)N/AFree-AirNoDual Voice CoilNoSensitivity87.2dBFrequency Response25 - 0.35k HzRMS Power Range (Watts)50-400Peak Power Handling (Watts)800Top Mount Depth (inches)4 5/16Bottom Mount Depth (inches)N/ACutout Diameter or Length (inches)9 1/8Vas (liters)37.14Fs (Hz)32.7Qts0.44Xmax (millimeters)12.73Parts Warranty1 YearLabor Warranty1 Year


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i have 2 12 inch jl audio 12w3v3's behind my seat. You have to move the seat forward 3 inches by swapping some brackets. Sound is great and you dont have to worry about anyone stealing it cause its a pain in the butt to try and get it out. Let me know and i'll find the measurements for the box.
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2003 F-250 6.0 liter crew cab lariat 4x4 short bed, S&B intake, MBRP 4" turbo back straight piped jones, SCT livewire, : 2 jl audio 12W3V3's with jl audio 500/1, autometer sport comp gauges, 6.5 inch pro comp lift, 37x13.5 Super Swamper M16's
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how do they sound because i ight go with 10"s how much did you Jls cost you because i wias looking at infinaty do you have you stock head unit i see a 500 watt amp
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yep stock head unit jl audio 500/1 and it feels like someone is kickin you in the back. The 2 12's were $518 brand new. If you want 10's you can not go wrong with 10W1's they are about 100 bucks a pop and definitely go hard.

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I have a bed cut so i am useless
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pioneer makes some really thin sub but i dont know how they sound

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i would go to mainstreetaudio.com before you buy different subs, or try and find a custom box made by Q-logic.
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I have one of the new 10" Pioneer subs under the back seat in my Dodge. Its the TS-SW2541D and it hits pretty hard. I'm don't have a ton of stereo knowledge but i know it will bump my quad cab and it's only on a 250w amp which is no where near the power it can handle. if your stuck on gettin 12's they have the same ( TW-SW3041D). not too expensive either.
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Im running 4 10"s in a non ported box..they're real punchy,good solid bass..not real low bass...a single 12 behind the seat in a ported box with big amp would probably be enough to make you happy
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