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My old f150 had a 2.50 cube box in it with the help of a rear seat "lift" giving me plenty of space.

Anything available or any way to make something to do the same thing to my titan???
 

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Nothing for a "seat lift" is available to buy but a few have made seat lifts and posted pics on here. Its not very hard to do, I'd love one but don't have the tools or time to build one. I'd buy one though!

Putting a box under the front seats isn't much of an option due to the very limited air space and mounting depth.
 

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waiting for a seat lift was well, but I still don't see 2.5 cuft happening very easy unless you glass the whole thign and move the entire seat up (not just the front), Most boxes for the King Cab are ~1.5cuft without a lift.
 

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Without any sort of seat lift you can forward fire 4 10's. The Boston G1's, 2's and 3's work great in small enclosures. CDT's also perform well in small enclosures.
 

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I have a CDT sub and the 10" only required .5 sealed. It is a pretty nice sounding sub and the box is very small.

James (TECH12VOLT) built me the box so I can run it upfire or downfire.



 

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P-Dizzle said:
It think you should run 4 of them T22.
Thats a great idea... I'm sure James would love to build that box! I did consider adding another one just like what I have or maybe making one for the 12" version of my sub.
 

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P-Dizzle said:
Either way. 1 sub just isn't enough for you.
Sure it is...

How many subs do you have in your truck right now? HAHA!
 

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P-Dizzle said:
Eleven actually.
OK SMARTY..How many do you have installed in your truck? :)

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Giving 8 of them away today.
WHAT!!! Dont tell BlackBeauty he will be all over you for free stuff!!!
 

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How can you forward fire a 10" sub without a seat lift when I measure ~9" of height?

Please tell me so I can install my TC 10 OEM.....
 

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Justintoxicated said:
How can you forward fire a 10" sub without a seat lift when I measure ~9" of height?

Please tell me so I can install my TC 10 OEM.....
by angling the front panel.It would be a pain and mounting depth would be limited to like 6.5 inches
 

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The seat can rest on top of a forward firing box with not lift. You can also gain space by removing the pad under the carpet. If you really wanted to get serious bolt the box to the floor.
 
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