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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-29-2002, 01:41 PM
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Hey ya go Drey and anyone who is interested....
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post #3 of (permalink) Old 07-29-2002, 01:57 PM
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for good measure
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 07-29-2002, 02:04 PM
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Do you have to scoot your seat forward at all to get those subs to fit?
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The deck is a Kenwood excellon 817, the face points up too which is nice for were GM mounted the stereo in theese trucks. I have a 2oo watt amp running the pioneed 6x9s and a 300 watt amp running the kicker 10s.
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sweet, where did you get your 6x9 boxes?
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I think I had to move the seat forward 1 notch click thing to fit them. They fit really well considering.
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I traded my old car 6x9 boxed to a frined for those truck boxes. I'm gonna take them out though. You can cut the whole bigger or make a new plate where the 4x10s normally go and put 6x9s in there. I already have the plate cut just gotta mount and wire them in. I have seen those boxes at most car audio shos and best buy kind of stores though. My car boxes were $15 each at walmart when I first got them but they don't fit behind the seat worth crap
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I haven't done anything with the front yet but the rears I replaced with Infinity Kappa 6x9. I bought that adapter plate for them and it worked fairly well. They have a crossover with them that I haven't mounted yet...waiting for major sound upgrades 'for I do that. The head unit is a Rockford Fosgate CD changer controller. I'm pretty happy with that. My stero pics look like yours except I had to use a hacksaw (don't ask) to cut the metal in the dash and I scratched my blue paint [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img]. Oh, well, I'll have to break out the touch up. My future sound plans are MB Quart 6 1/4 componets. The woofer will go in the door (w/ cutout) and the tweets will go in the dash where the 3 1/2's are right now. The reason I ask about the seat is because I will probably put only two 10's in a ported box because I would like the full range of seat. You can acutually use the rear cab panel as the back to the sub box. You have to use a fiberglass type coating but I hear it works well. I might give that a try. Heard anything about it?

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I read a post from Willy's on the IFS board about using the back of the cab as the back of the box. Might work but there is litte indentions that might hinder too.
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