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Username: Wizard9791

Post Number: 1
Registered: Dec-04
I drive a 2001 f-150 extended cab... i just got 2 infinity 10" kappa perfect dvq subs and i was going to get a ford box to put them under the back seat. then i found out that the box is built for subs with a max depth of 5" and the kappas are 7" deep. any ideas on what to do aside from taking out the seats?
 

taylor17
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The only thing to do is custom build the box. If you get somone else to do it, it will cost a lot more. I had the same problum with my hx2's. Every where I went said that they wouldn't fit and that I should get a prefab box. Then I went to a car audio place and they said that the could build a box for them. Now I have my 10's under the backseat and the box is the right size for the subs:-) The bad thing is it cost me around $175
 

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Username: Wizard9791

Post Number: 2
Registered: Dec-04
the problem is now i found out that there is only enough room for the sub itself, with no extra clearence... it's a squeeze just to put the sub under
 

taylor17
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Are you talking about hight wise, I have a chevy extended cab and the way my box is don. The seat is siting on the box so that the subs will fit. The seat is only up around a inch so you can't really tell wen you are siting in it. You will just have to prop the seat up just a little for the box, good luck.
 

Anonymous
 
Check Out subthump.com, THey have a box build for chevy's that is build for extra deep subs so they may have one that will fit your truck
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