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Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Gadget Tech' started by flatsstalker1, Jun 30, 2009.

  1. flatsstalker1

    flatsstalker1 New Member

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    any ideas on how to hide a pair of 12" subs in a 07 nbs reg cab sierra??
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    2ToNe04 New Member

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    i thought you were selling them...........



    theres only one place and thats behind your seat unless you want to do a custom center console which i doubt you want to.
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    vncj96 New Member

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    Talk to Micheal Bay....:lol:


    Do you have some already? There are some slim 12 inchers out there, but really in a reg cab one 12 will be plenty of sound.
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  4. hmaster77

    hmaster77 New Member

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    yea the only thing i have seen like that was a square kicker sub behind the seat
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    you have to get a shallow mount sub i got one in mine rockfordfosgate p3 hits good. you can go fullsize but your seat will be in the dash.
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  6. bluestreak94

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    If Kicker still makes them you can get yourself a set of Freeairs that don't need any sort of box for mounting, and they'll be more than enough if you have yourself a good amplifier. If I remember right, you'll be able to mount them one on top of the other between your seats.
    Remember to get yourself a good couple of mids and tweets to go along with the 12's, you can fit a 6 incher in each door panel where the stock speakers go and a pair of 4 or 5 inchers in the dash, along with your tweeters. :)
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