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This is a discussion on Sub box restraint?? within the Electronics/Car Audio forums, part of the Interior Mods category; Hey I have a dual 12'' box in my trunk and I am wondering if theres anything I can do ...

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    Registered User Americanrebel20's Avatar
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    Sub box restraint??

    Hey I have a dual 12'' box in my trunk and I am wondering if theres anything I can do to keep it from moving around??

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    Heavy duty Velcro works well for that.
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    Check this link out, also look at post # 12 thats how i mounted my sub box for now. Im going to make some better looking clips and top mount to clean it up a little.


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    I used nylon straps, like what you would have for a fanny pack, picked them up at Wal-Mart for like 2 bucks, then screwed one end to the box, and the other to the car, and have the quick release clip if I need to move the box. I too had the problem when I first got the car of the moving subwoofer, NOT COOL!

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