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there is virtually no cone area....just surrounds with those subs!
For these boxes is the posted image of the box with or without cutting the material which normals covers the open space when the jumpseat is down. Do you have to cut the panel in order for this to fit? Anyone tried a shallow subs in one of these badboys so the sub doesnt stick out?
i haven't done the project yet but i have designs sketched up for a 10" slim sub and still be able to cover it with the seat plastic as if the jump seat were closed. it is a sealed setup obviously and takes up basically the whole area in there. i don't think you would be able to mount a 12" sub and still get the proper box volume without having it stick out some. i barely met the requirements of the 10" i plan to use but that depends on the specs of the sub so maybe if you spend enough money you can find one that requires a really small boxSorry to dig this thread up, but I got the same idea as many of you guys and found this thread while searching. I just wanted to mount a 12' in each jump seat space. But I was going to try to mount them as flush as possible so that I could make an actual bench seat or the back too. I think it would be neat. Any ideas? Sorry for the amature fab skills too haha.