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#1 Old 09-20-2012, 01:16 PM
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Subwooder box For my CC Titan

Well.....I decided to go ahead and make a subwoofer box for my crew cab since I finally got a little free time in between projects. It took me about a full day and about $70-80 bucks in materials(I han't realized 3/4" MDF now costs $34 a sheet!). I won't know how it sounds yet since I still need to install my Alpine Navigation unit and run amp wiring. Let me know what you guys think so far? On with the pics....









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Sharp looking!


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Thanks....I haven't fired it up yet. I am planning to install my Alpine Navi Unit here soon. I will post results as soon as I do.
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All my stuff came today (amps, components, sub, wiring). The only things I'm waiting on are the box I ordered from Tech12Volt and the courage to drill through my firewall.


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You don't need to drill! Get a stick or something long ( I used a fiberglass training arrow) and if you look near the steering column there is already large rubber grommet that you can run the wire through under the drivers dash near the pedal!


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I'll check that out. Do you cut the insulation or are there clips for it?


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Looks good..bet its going to BOOM!!



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Bruck, I actually taped an exacto knife to the poll.... Cut the insulation enough for the wire, then ran it through


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Thanks. I kind of thought that is what people would say. Appreciate it!


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I finally got around to finishing up the install of the sub box and my alpine navi unit. I will post some pics as soon as I get a chance. Box really booms.
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