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SubjectSub box Question
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Posted bySilverado22
Posted on6/14/07 11:05 AM



I need help figuring out to put two twelves in my standard cab Silverado, thanks.



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Posted bybluelightspecial
Posted on6/15/07 07:27 AM



Rockford has some shallow mount 12's out now. I have been told that they sound great and do not require alot of air space. I'd recommend them. The single cab silverado's suck for installing subs, I have an 03 GMC and I am working on the sub box in it.



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Posted byjake96s10
Posted on6/15/07 08:28 AM



the Kicker CVT's only require 4.5" of mounting depth. I think theyre brand new

96 s10 SOLD

Audio: Eclipse amps,speakers and 12" subs, All behind or under a seat, bolted down. Pioneer avic-n1

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Posted bybluelightspecial
Posted on7/6/07 11:43 AM



I just swapped out my JL 10w6v.2 for a Boston G1 10. I'm selling it now and lookin to get a Kicker CVT10 for myself. Great sounding subs. I heard a single 12" CVT in a celica with 300 watts going to it and it sounded very nice.



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