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hawaiiboi 
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what are some good subs to put in my toyota pickup single cab im looking to put 10" subs also in seal boxes.
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depends on how tall you are or how much leg room you're willing to loose.
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i could make the seat like really up in front and still drive comterble im thinking to have 2 10" w3
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that would be a nice choice. a couple of eclipse titaniums would do, L7's, really depends on how much cash you're going to put into it. you could always cut a pass-through into the bed if you really wanted to go all out.
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hawaiiboi 
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how about the infinity kappas in a seal box with an infinity amp.
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Why not four 8 inch subs??? Have you ever thought of that??? I've heard a setup with four 8's behind the seat of a pickup and I was surprised
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well because i already have 2 10" sealed boxes but i dont know what subs would be good like i want a deep bass
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An 8 inch woofer can play as low as a 18 inch woofer.
Why not just build a box for four 8's...I'd rather do that than have two 10's
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i got these 2 boxes and there are enclose boxes but dont know what subs to put in them for a low bass.
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anyone?
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