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Old 12-07-2004, 04:51 AM
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Cut a round hole in the box and insert the speaker. The speaker ring will screw to the box. The woofer will be (must be) exposed.

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you must cut a hole in it for the speaker to be mounted, although the whole idea with this 10 is not going to make a different to the quality of your sound or how hard your speakers hit it will olny make the 10 sound out of tune with the 2 12's all this is going to do is give u a vibration in your ***. but if thats what u want ok?
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Unhappy so what should i do

OK i took my seat out and i need to cut the couching. yea so should i cut it or what and if so how and how much. plus there is a cross member bar in the middle do i need it or should i just bend it
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Old 12-07-2004, 04:03 PM
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OK i took my seat out and i need to cut the couching. yea so should i cut it or what and if so how and how much. plus there is a cross member bar in the middle do i need it or should i just bend it
I in no way want to sound arrogant, but I get the feeling you're way over your head with this project. Please go by a local sound shop and talk with them in person.
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so whatever we sugjest i guess you are instaling the 10 under your seat. well i agree you should talk to someone that knows what they are talking about and i would rethink tearing apart your seat. Good luck
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Old 12-10-2004, 12:12 PM
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wrestlingclub142:

I understand you wanting to modify your vehicle to make it unique. I also understand why you would want a stealth subwoofer box, but with 2 12" subs, why would you want to add an additional 10"? You will see no benefit to adding another subwoofer, except bragging rights with your buddies.

You need to listen to what these guys are saying. Adding this one speaker is going to be more work than what it's worth. I would recommend leaving your system the way it is, and not mess with chopping up your driver's seat.

If you're hell bent on adding a 10" sub, why not build a new box that will house the 2 12's and 1 10"? Adding a 10" sub this way would be better than trying to cram a space hungry sub into a space starved area.

To each his own, but don't make the mistake of trying to cram your 10" sub underneath your driver's seat...BAD IDEA!
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