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amp placement

Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Gadget Tech' started by smpoulin1, Jan 26, 2009.

  1. smpoulin1

    smpoulin1 Member

    Hey all,

    Looking to see if anyone has a good place to mount an amplifier in a 08 Sierra ext cab. I have two subs in a box to go under the rear seat so that area is out. The amp is 15 3/4" X 9 1/2" X 2 1/2". It wont fit in the console either. Any help would be great.

    Thanks.
  2. drumrob

    drumrob Rockstar 100 Posts

    I have an 07 Silverado and have two 12" subs under my back seat all in one case. I mounted the amp on the floor since the middle of the sub woofer case had some space. Its hard to explain if you need some pics I can probably take some.

    Robert
  3. pmpddyd1

    pmpddyd1 New Member

    the box i got had a recess in between the 2 subs. let see if i cant put the pic in here. 2 10's amp and epicenter
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  4. wigwag78

    wigwag78 New Member

    Under the passenger seat is pretty common.
  5. goodie

    goodie Rockstar

    behind the rear seats maybe?
  6. MannyO

    MannyO Member

    i have an 08 ext cab z71 and i put mine behind my back seat your not going to be able to mount it on the wall pretty high so it has to basically be as low as possible on the driver's side of your backseat.
  7. DerronCK

    DerronCK New Member

    My buddy has an 08 with subs under his rear seat and the amp hard mounted behind the back seat against the wall. Good luck
  8. smpoulin1

    smpoulin1 Member

    Thanks guys!!
  9. MannyO

    MannyO Member

    o i forgot to mention before you actually screw your amp in place you might want to use some double sided tape and see if the seat will set in with the amp placement. GOOD LUCK is the correct words for this :grrrrrr: <----- this was me for a while.

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