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nate3510 
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I am trying to fit a 10" sub under the back seat of my 2000 tundra.  I have about 4 3/4 inch mounting depth.  What should I use?
coppellstereo 
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There is only 4 3/4 inches?
http://mobile.jlaudio.com/products_stealthbox_detail.php?fit_id=1426
nate3510 
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There is only about 4 3/4 when you take into consideration the mdf that is going to be used on the bottom of the box.  I have checked out the jl stealth boxes and I did not like them.  Does anybody have any experience with the MTX 4510?

patrickgsr94 
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I just saw some Pioneer Premier slim subs on their website that have a mounting depth of only 3".
nate3510 
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Those were the first ones I checked out.  I would rate their overall performance as maybe "ok".  I would like to try and stay with a standard sub.  Thanks for your input.
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If you want to stay with a standard sub, why rule out JL's Stealthboxes? I've never heard one that I didnt like.
sarcomax 
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I know you are stuck on getting a "standard" sub, but Kicker and Blau both make a shallow mount sub too.
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I too think that the JL Stealth Box should at least be given a chance.    I too have never heard one that I wasn't impressed with.
nate3510 
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Has anybody heard the 10" shallow pioneer in a ported box?
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nope, but the two in by friends full size chevy truck sound good in the sealed boxes he made.
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