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Wecome aboard. Last thing I tried was a bazooka tube. They seem to fit in there nice. No pics sorry.
 

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Bazookas are decent, but honestly, not even worth the small dollar amount they cost. if your from Canada, go to future shop and pick up the Pioneer shallow mount sub with a Bassworx box, sometimes you can find them on sale, i know the guy so he gave me a discount saying the box was damaged. but boy oh boy does my truck ever pound. one thing though spend the 20 bucks and buy a dynamat for the rear trim with the covers for the baby seat latches. it rattles like crazy. if your from the US i know Sony has like a whole kit sorta amp. shallow box and sub and wiring kit dont know price or where to buy but all i know is i cant get it here. but my system is plenty anyways.
 

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Thanks Rumpamuro! Good call. I wasn't up to date on this but good advice. :great:
 

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I have a regular cab with a 10" Punch behind the seat in a box. I mounted my amp to the cab wall behind the other seat. The box was really inexpensive (I think about $35 shipped) so let me know and I can get you a link. It is built really well. I installed everything myself. Here are some pics of my system.




 

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I have a regular cab with a 10" Punch behind the seat in a box. I mounted my amp to the cab wall behind the other seat. The box was really inexpensive (I think about $35 shipped) so let me know and I can get you a link. It is built really well. I installed everything myself. Here are some pics of my system.




Only problem is the passenger has to go pee alot. Pounding on the bladder like that. LOL
 

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Wow...what kind of airspace in that box?
Probably not as much as it looks like...I'd say it's 2.25 cubic feet at the most. It's a pretty thin looking box... I'm going to guess he has the box stuffed pretty well to get the airspace that sub REALLY wants...
 

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box isnt stuffed at all, i tried it and it didnt hit right. sub requires 2.0 cu ft sealed that box was 2.1 cu ft. hit nice. but now that sub is out of the s10 and is now installed in the yukon in a ported home theater box (i know ghetto lol), but its 4.3 cu ft and hits nasty ass low and clean lol. i love it
 

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probox has boxes for reg cabs and extended cabs with amps and without hope this helps


http://www.proboxrocks.com/products/enclosures/loaded/chevy/99CRC210L/index.shtml[/URL]
 

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probox has boxes for reg cabs and extended cabs with amps and without hope this helps


http://www.proboxrocks.com/products/enclosures/loaded/chevy/99CRC210L/index.shtml[/URL]
Dude, the proboxes are not that good and fall apart after awhile. For the money you could get a custom built at a better quality. IMO. Terry
 
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