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Stanford1621 
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2003 Ext. cab fiberglass - Page 3 -- posted image.
Stanford1621 
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2003 Ext. cab fiberglass - Page 3 -- posted image.
Carbonb 
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I don't really understand the design behind it?
bluetruck 
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looks cool. is this a show truck or are you just using the "why put that many subwoofers into a truck? becasue you can" theory? either way, i like it. keep the pics coming!
fastone 
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Wow, that's a pretty big undertaking for your first time! Looks good so far. I'm just getting back into installing. I've done some fiberglass body work but never done any boxes. What kind of fabric are you using and where do you get it?
Stanford1621 
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show truck, no it is my everyday ride I first wanted 2 12's under the rear seat in a downfiring box but didn't like they way they sounded at all so I deceided to build a box that would only fit while the rear seat was up then after 6 months deceide that looked kind of stupid so I added 2 more.
chris_h 
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I second fastone's comment about this being a huge project for your first time. It's lookin good. Are those 4 subs going to share a common chamber? Only a few of the pics showed up for me, and I couldn't tell if you had put in any separations.
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Stanford1621 
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some of the pictures didn't show up becuase I posted them wrong, yes it is all 1 common chamber all 4 subs will be powered by a single bmf crossfire1000d. The amp mounts are going on front just below the subs but I didn't have time to finish them yet, me and my friend can only work on the box in our spare time which isn't much we both work 60 hours a week.
Stanford1621 
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I am open to hear any tips or suggestions.  Any creative ideas on where to mount 2 distribution blocks? I think I ran out of room to mount them on the box. 
jt73 
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wow, that thing is huge!  

Looks good, especially for your first try, and all I am doing for my first project is the PS2 in glovebox, I feel so ashamed of myself now...

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