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Old 05-10-2005, 11:12 PM
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98 F-150 Extended Cab Sub Box

Can anyone give me a link to a company's site that has a sub box that will fit a 98 f-150 that will also fit 2 12" woofers

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Old 05-11-2005, 12:28 PM
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You cant fit 2 12's in an extended cab. only a 10 or 2 8''. i have a single MTX 10''. You are also going to have to lift the back seats if the mounting depth is over 4''. Lift Kit is about $25 roughly
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Old 05-11-2005, 01:49 PM
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2 12"s

I found a company that sell a box for the 12s musicmooseaudio.com has a box for a 97-99 f150 extended cab, are you telling me that they will not fit. even though they carry this option? if yes, then I have to sell some subs and quite possibly a box.


EDIT: It comes with a supplied 2 inch seat lift kit and the mounting depth is 5 1/2 inches

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Old 05-11-2005, 02:25 PM
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****'s got the right idea. You may have found a product that will fit 2 12" subs completely under your rear seat, but - it would be wise for you to research the type of subs, and the internal volume of your box to be... Then dial it up on WinISD.. I bet it won't look too good!

I'm only cautioning you that after you invest your time and energy in this particular setup(2 12's under backseat), you may be lacking in the quality of bass that you'd expect from 2 12" subs.
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Old 05-11-2005, 10:27 PM
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I dont get what the point of dialing it up on WinISD does for you? What does it do?
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Old 05-15-2005, 02:59 AM
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I dont get what the point of dialing it up on WinISD does for you? What does it do?
WinISD is a freeware program that box builders use to optimize their designs. Box building is more than just nailing boards together. A well designed enclosure can make a cheap sub sound great! On the other hand, a poorly designed enclosure can make the best sub in the world sound like crap. I used WinISD to design my enclosure for my 2000 Supercab. Click here to see it.

Mike
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Old 05-16-2005, 10:27 PM
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Originally Posted by mrmsudawgs
WinISD is a freeware program that box builders use to optimize their designs. Box building is more than just nailing boards together. A well designed enclosure can make a cheap sub sound great! On the other hand, a poorly designed enclosure can make the best sub in the world sound like crap. I used WinISD to design my enclosure for my 2000 Supercab. Click here to see it.

Mike

I sent you an email with some questions about your setup
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