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Username: Crayola0

Portage, Wisconsin

Post Number: 2595
Registered: Jun-06
im gunna be gettin a new job here soon and gunna buy a gmc sierra rst. its a standard cab and idk if i want to make a custom box in the center console or do a blow through. any opinions
 

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Username: Armykyle1

Ms Us

Post Number: 886
Registered: Dec-08
Well you can go crazy with a blow through and kill your resale or center console and clean. My fave center console was 2 D3 10s tuned low on a Mclass 1000. Sounded great looked super clean. I vote center console
 

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Username: Dangeranger

Fredericktown, Ohio United States

Post Number: 229
Registered: Mar-09
im pretty content with my center counsel. my buddy did a blow through and it was a pain. granted it was our first one and there wasn't too much on the internet to help us out. Either way whichever one you decide to go with i can help you out a little bit.


*edited because I can't spell.
 

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Username: M0nstar

Toledo, OH U.S.

Post Number: 416
Registered: Dec-08
^^

*granted
 

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Username: Tejcurrent

Post Number: 2060
Registered: Apr-07
I wouldn't kill a new truck, but it would have the potential to be a lot louder. Up to you really.
 

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Username: Deadrabit

Marionville, MO

Post Number: 2253
Registered: Jun-07
blow it!
 

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Username: Crayola0

Portage, Wisconsin

Post Number: 2596
Registered: Jun-06
well i have been trying to think of how to make a crazy center conosole box but the only problem is that the rst edition is a 5spd. so i have been trying to think of a way to go around the shifter
 

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Username: Domenico

Glendale, AZ USA

Post Number: 295
Registered: Apr-09
Blow through will leave you lookin like this

Center console will leave you lookin like this
 

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Username: Crayola0

Portage, Wisconsin

Post Number: 2597
Registered: Jun-06
its a super nice truck thought too so thats a concern cause if i screw it up its gunna cost a lot to fix it
 

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Username: Armykyle1

Ms Us

Post Number: 917
Registered: Dec-08
What is rst?
 

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Username: Crayola0

Portage, Wisconsin

Post Number: 2598
Registered: Jun-06
the regency edition.
 

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Username: Domenico

Glendale, AZ USA

Post Number: 299
Registered: Apr-09
if you f*&ck up just weld the part of the truck back on and sand then repaint it and dont mention it to the person going to buy it and youll be fine dude, dont even think about it and do it... (im my opinion)

AND if you just bought it its not like your going to sell it ina couple months... worry about it then.
 

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Username: Crayola0

Portage, Wisconsin

Post Number: 2599
Registered: Jun-06
very true i guess.. is there any tips anyone can give or is it just cut it out and use the accordian boot and seal it up then just have the box in the back. or do u need to slide the box through and make it flush with the inside wall
 

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Username: Domenico

Glendale, AZ USA

Post Number: 303
Registered: Apr-09
hell nah you won't be able to fit the box through the hole lol

your on the right track with what you said, my blowthrough is going to fill up my whole bed, so as you can imagine you can't slide it through from the inside lol there's alot of wrong ways to do a blowthrough..
don't rush into these things, I would use a pro to build you a box, OR to design it. Bassman can hook you up.


to seal the boot I would use the sh!t they seal windshelds with, don't forget to cut the vent out of yr truck too, you'll know what I'm talking about once you start cutting the main hole.

The vent is there to help the door shut, it makes no nevermind to have it or not.
 

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Username: Domenico

Glendale, AZ USA

Post Number: 304
Registered: Apr-09
http://www.s10forum.com/forum/f27/blow-through-build-log-291662/


http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?p=6752843


http://www.caraudio.com/forum/showthread.php?t=432321

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