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I just wanted to post an ebay store that I have found that carries sub boxes for the under the rear seats of the crew cab. I have not purchased from them yet, but I sent them an email with a question about the product and they responded in less than 24 hrs. Here is the link.

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Has anyone MADE one of these boxes yet? i really want to make one
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I made an underseat... but I used MDF and fiberglass...
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I'll have to measure my box and post dimensions. Picked up a manufactured one for $100 was a drop in for under the rear seat. Holds two 10s, but you could cut it out to hold 12s no problem.
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I made an underseat... but I used MDF and fiberglass...
Nice job. Id like to see more on this build!
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I'll start a post on the whole build. I've got lots of pics, but I'm still not even done with it! I have new Boston SPZ60's for the front doors I need to install, and I need to finish covering up the power wires and stuff behind the seat.
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I just nead a box to put under the rear seats that will hold two 12" subs, any sites anyone knows about or best just to make my own? I have 1 Rockford Fosgate and that hit well in my standard cab, but I got a QC now so I think two of them will even out quite well. I have a Audiobahn amp to set em off. Not sure which HU I am going to go with but more than likely a Pioneer HU and speakers all around.
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Hey guys, I figured I'd post in this thread rather than start a new one. My buddy wants to (or should I say wants me to) build a box for his 2006 Ram 1500 QC. He has a single 12" Infinity Kappa Perfect 12.1. Specs suggest a 1cu ft sealed box, and it has a mounting depth of 6 1/8". Would we be better off building one out of 3/4" MDF or him buying this one http://www.ebay.com/itm/2002-2008-Do...item43ac92ffcd? It seems like it'd work with the sub, but all the Ebay boxes are made of 5/8" MDF rather than 3/4". Would it be that much of a difference? I just built a down-firing box for the same subwoofer for my g/f's VW GTI and it came out great (reason for my buddy's request), but it was much easier than the Ram box will be. So, to build or buy? I guess that's the question!
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Unless your buddy is really into audiophile systems, I would just buy that box of eBay. Are you just adding a sub? If so save yourself the trouble of building one. Most "average" listeners won't tell the difference.
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