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Originally Posted by BLOWN HOWARD Hey Jordy you got any speaker box specs ???????? I have a similar setup to Jordy - I have (3) JL 10s behind the rear seat of my CC Duramax and one JL 500.5 amp under the seat. It sounds great and appears completely stock. I had mine custom built and installed by Total Auto Pros in Phoenix, AZ.
I thought I had more pics, but this is all I have.
Hey Jordy you got any speaker box specs ????????
That box looks great. I have 2 JL 10s behind the seat of my CC 1500 Chevy.
If any one is interested I have a 10W7, a pair of DD 6.5LT's and a Hifonics amp just sitting around collecting dust.
This may be a little overkill. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOQ5FNhjf4U
Came out real nice. good job
Finished...............Although in the pics I see a little glue on the tunnel in the back seat. I'll fix it in the morning.
This thread is headed in the right direction your gonna hook me up with some sub inclosure. By the way yours came out sick. And didnt mean to jack your thread either.
Before this thread gets deleted for advertising reasons, I am not a stereo shop. This was a project I was doing to fill time for the winter and use some equipment I had for a couple years collecting dust. I thought it might be of interest to some of the other "bass" heads on this site. If I did do something for a PB forum member, it would only be to do it as a "favor" type deal for a fellow boater while I'm slow in the winter.
If you feel the thread has taken a turn in this direction, delete it or delete the posts not related to the build.
Sounds good. The jack on my 04 is under the seat so i dont think thats in the way. I like the kicker speakers they are a cheap good sounding sub. If you blow one up its not 300 bucks for a new one. Is that amp enough for the 4 speakers? What ohm are the kickers with that set up?
Originally Posted by BLOWN HOWARD Let me know that would be awsome if you could get me some dimensions 4 10's would be pretty bangin what kind of power do you need for that I'm running mine off of a kicker 600.1. Initially looked at going with the square Kicker subs, but even the 8" squares were too deep. The 10" CVR's fit in with the box like they're supposed to be there. Had to relocate the jack and all that nonsense, but it's a truck and that's what the toolbox is for.
Let me know that would be awsome if you could get me some dimensions 4 10's would be pretty bangin what kind of power do you need for that
Originally Posted by BLOWN HOWARD What yr was your truck that he built the box for? U saying you wanna sell it or you can give me some dimensions? Mine is an '02. I'm saying that I could get dimensions for Paul to build a box for it. From what I've seen out there, the speakers behind the seat and amps under, tends to be the way to go.