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chicomax75235 
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Can you all post some pics of  speaker box enclosures and amp installation on the 2003 silverado,it would reaally help im trying to decide wheather 10 or 12 cant make my mind up
Jose Chapa
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do you want to keep your back seat fully functional??  Or is your truck a regular cab??
2003 Chevy Avalanche,Eclipse CD7000,Morel Elate 5,Adire Extremis,Alpine PDX-4.150, 15" TC-3000, 2 Alpine PDX-1.1000, 470Amp HO Alt.
chicomax75235 
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well i wish i could but will remove if any good ideas come up but will be beter if it was functional

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Whell, you could fit 2 very shallow 10"s, , or you can take the seat out, and make a SUB BOX SEAT.

Basically construct a hollow seat to hold what ever subs you want, , then get it upholstered to be all soft and squishy.

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Chad7n7 
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You can also fit 12's, we carry three different boxes for under the rear seat, all three are a two piece set, one for two 10s, one for 4 10s, with two 10s in each enclosure, and one for two 12's. Though the drawback, as Alpine guy has stated, you have to use shallow subs, and subs that require minimal airspace, as the enclosure yield about 0.85 cu. ft.
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I have a 2003 ext cab, I currently have two JL 12w6v2's in my own custom fiberglass/MDF box. Seperate chambered sealed with approximately 1.17^3 ft each, after displacement.
Firing into the bottom of my rear seat.
I also had to fabricate my own grill guards to keep the subs from touching the bottom of the seat.
The 10w6v2's mounting depth is 6.9" add 3/4" for back vent so you will need approximately 7.75" mounting depth.

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