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Hello guys, been a while since I've browsed this forum. I acquired a '95 Ram with the 12-Valve Cummins in it, and the stock speakers just aren't cutting it anymore - I miss the little bit of thump I had in my C/10. I've already got a really nice Pioneer HU in it. I know there are boxes that fit under the rear bench to mount a couple shallow 10s or 12s, but I already have a Massive Summo 6.5" - little dude gets *down* on minimal power, and they're only $55 shipped from 12voltronics.com! So, with that said, does anyone happen to have the max measurements of a box that fits under the rear bench that I can commandeer and adapt? And what are the requirements for a T-line box?
browser keeps crashing so this will be done in sections. Let me start with saying this build was done in the sub 20 temperatures with occasional snow showers. I only had 3 days to complete build due to long work hours so it was kinda rushed! I came here looking for ideas on a new build to upgrade from my original 4 kicker comp cvr's and this is the results! 160 Ft" of 2/0 EB-Flex welding cable 2 XS D3100's Sky High fuse blocks Sky High 200 amp fuses Sky High 1/0 oversided copper lugs Sky High shrink tube 1 set of aluminum battery blocks
Just a quick video of White Clouds playing on the Sp4 12's Completely forgot to turn my phone sideways to make the video but owell, enjoy anyway!
Those that know these trucks, know that there isn't any room for subs if you want to keep the your stereo incognito. When I started to install my system, I wanted to be different. I wanted a 15" sub under the back seat. Never seen anyone do this. So, I built a A-periodic enclosure...Old School. Long story short...The area was not able to be used due to the frame. Back to the drawing board. Mean while, I was working on a party boat with some stereo issues, I noticed that there was a sealed sub enclosure under the deck. The box was ported up thru the deck and sitting under an raised central table/bar area with a mushroom vent cap over the top of the port. Once I fixed the wiring issue and replaced the amps, I finally heard the sub...very impressed for playing out in the open on a 60+ boat. I was so impressed, I had to find out the name of the manuf., which was Niles. this sub was designed to be buried below ground, underground, sub for your back yard. My question is, could this or something like this be used? Mount the enclosure under the body and port it under the rear seat? It would be a bandpass enclosure. I don't want to build a blow-thru from my bed or go with a "off the shelf" enclosure. http://www.nilesaudio.com/product.php?prodID=GSS10&recordID=Discreet Garden Speakers&categoryID=Speakers&catcdID=1&prdcdID=FG01668 Thanks, Mike