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jsimonff 
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Posted: December 24, 2007 at 5:47 PM / IP Logged  
im new to this forum i just stumbled across it and figuered i could get some good use out of it, as i like to do most of my own installs. anyway i was hoping to find someone that would have plans to build a sub encloser for an 06 quad cab ram. the box im refering to uses the storage compartments under the rear seat as depth. if anyone has the plans i woud love to get a copy, im willing to pay a lil for them. any help taken thanks
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Just buy one of the ones from MTX.
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jsimonff 
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Posted: December 26, 2007 at 11:15 AM / IP Logged  

well if that was the case i wouldnt have asked my man. i can build if cheaper than it costs to buy one i was just curious if antone had plans to one to where they might have shared them

joyrydn 
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Hey man, try www.musicmooseaudio.com they have every odd enclosure out there right now.  I got my desisn from there.  they have a few of the measurements you need to make sure it will fit, if not email them to see if it will fit.  I used autocadlt and measured my truck and filled in the rest and it pit perfect, they wanted $180.00 for it, but i made it for probably $30 if that.  let me know and i wanna see pics man.
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jsimonff 
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Posted: December 27, 2007 at 1:08 PM / IP Logged  
thanks joyrydn butthat website didnt help at all. i know what the boxes look like i need actual measurements for this box so i can build it. im building it for a friend but she's always working and can never be around to do it. cuz ill need the truck for the day to get all the measurements right. but if i had the measurements already she wont need to come till its time to install. or if anyone has one already that would be willing to give me some measurements that woud be awesome
joyrydn 
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Posted: December 27, 2007 at 1:54 PM / IP Logged  
Ya ur right my box had some of the measurements on that site to test for fit.  you can also try www.truckinweb.com or www.sporttruck.com they can probably answer a few of your ?s for you.  otherwise make a fiberglass one then you could make a mold and work on the rest on ur own time then she could have it installed later.  before you lay down the foil in the low areas make sure u put down a couple garbage bags or a thin tarp to avoid both the taping process or the overrun of resin in the carpet. swap cars for the day and go to town on it. its the only way to get the maximum air space which i have seen what area you are talking about when i test drove one of those trucks, and your gonna need all the air space u can get trust me. hopethat helps
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neil001 
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Posted: December 31, 2007 at 8:57 AM / IP Logged  

Rather than just ask people.. why dont you do it the old fashioned way. It takes 3 things, a Tape Measure, Some Pencil & paper, and Your truck. Not too hard if you ask me...

jsimonff 
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Posted: December 31, 2007 at 9:02 AM / IP Logged  
well i guess i could if it was my truck, if you read the whole post you would know that instead of being a smart butt. i want the measurements so i can build it so all i have to do is put it in the truck and be done. but thanks for your opinion. NOT.
nightowl2 
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I like that idea. I'm getting ready to build my box very much like that one except I was planning on building "around" the cup holder not incorporating it into the box! Very cool!

Also, I like the suggestion of making a mold. I know it's a longer way to do it, but if you can get a good mold of the compartment you could make a reverse mold the would allow you to make as many boxes you want and mess with as many different designs as you wanted like ported, sealed, single and/or duel sub combos.

joyrydn 
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Posted: January 07, 2008 at 10:40 PM / IP Logged  

I really like the way the cupholder was added in the box not only does it look clean, it also raises it up a bit.  i probably would make it possible to mount the amp right behind those cupholders.  also if anyone gets a chance, check out my threads, (bed cap molds) and (must see 2003 f150 dash and headliner) and (tailgate shaving)  I still need more input.  but really, i gotta see pics of this project man.  dont keep us waiting

Make it Euro'n!!!

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