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Install Sub Woofers in Chevy Colorado Crew Cab

Discussion in 'Chevy Colorado Forum (GMC Canyon)' started by Adro7, Feb 6, 2006.

  1. Adro7

    Adro7 New Member

    I want to install either two 12" or three 10" subs in my truck but I have no idea how to do this. I have the '06 Crew Cab but I still cannot fathom how they would fit without a custom job. I want to keep my back seats vacant for passengers and not spend a lot of money on a custom subwoofer installation. Has anyone got any ideas?

    -Adro
  2. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member 1000 Posts

  3. ProzacKid

    ProzacKid New Member

    Should be able to find a good set of speakers out there just about anywhere, just don't be afraid to get some good quality ones.
  4. VIrtualboy2k2

    VIrtualboy2k2 New Member

    I'm trying to get 2 8" bazooka bass tubes under my seats, i'm gona try rasing the back seat 2 inches to get the clearance i need if it works i'll post some pics on here and tell you guys how it worked.
  5. NokRado

    NokRado New Member

    I agree with virtualboy2k2
    thats what im doing to the homies truck since im doing his interior with Katzkin leather so he wanted 2 - 12inch sub so the way to go is lift the bottom back seat 2 inches and build the box somewhat under the seats....
  6. VIrtualboy2k2

    VIrtualboy2k2 New Member

    How are you rasing the back seats, i have some ideas in mind, just wanted to see how you were doing it.

    Thanks
  7. erunner

    erunner New Member

    The best thing I have seen that would fit your need is the JL audio 10W1v2. It has a mounting depth of 4.34" and the 12W1v2 sits at 5". It is 150W@4ohms. A friend of mine that works for a local audio shop says they do pretty well. I think those are the most economical choice coming in at around $100 per. I don't remember off hand what the available space is but I believe that it is around 5" with out raising the seat. However, I'm not sure. Good luck.
  8. Bystrack2006

    Bystrack2006 New Member

    i have one jl audip 12' wo sub and a jl audio 500/1 amp in my reg cab truck, ran by an in dash dvd player. sounds great. For pics go to www.myspace.com/bybystrack!
  9. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member 1000 Posts

    Nice. I don't see a pic of that though.
  10. tjmutlow

    tjmutlow New Member

    what do you need, just box, or box subs and amp? and let me know how much yopu want to pay for your setup.

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