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    12' Sub in back seat.

    Hey i have 2 12' JBL subs but they didn't fit in my new WRX. so im only keeping one and i want to build my own box that would be able to go in between my back two seats and go through the fold down arm rest thing. Does anyone have dimensions for a box like this? or have pictures of their own? thanks!

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    Search "pass through dimensions" and threads like this come up:
    Center pass though dimensions

    My car is a bugeye.

    To get dimensions for the box that are even remotely "correct" you need the T/S parms of the woofer, and either a good friend or a good modeling programme.

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    alright thanks. I have a 2007 wrx and i wanted to get that "pass through" sub box.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon23
    alright thanks. I have a 2007 wrx and i wanted to get that "pass through" sub box.
    http://www.jsenclosures.com/product_...&products_id=3

    Like that?
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    YES! thats perfect. now if i could just find designs for a 12' one

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon23
    YES! thats perfect. now if i could just find designs for a 12' one
    Jake's a good guy; I had a few beers with him tonight. He built me an enclosure recently (one of his 10" "Showboat" ones). I'm sure if you contacted him, he could build you one that would fit a 12" sub.
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    Thank you. Can i get his contact info? I just need the blueprints!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon23
    Thank you. Can i get his contact info?
    http://www.jsenclosures.com/contact_...db7b71c26dd821
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    Is there a way to fold down the back seat. The 04 WRX I have has a box of maybe 12" or 10" kickers that I want to take out, but the last owner mounted them to the frame or something stupid. Can't pull it out and I wanted to know if the back rest of the seat can be moved. Its a drag having it back there cuz the wiring is all Frigged up and I'm not interested in decking the car out with sound and visual screens at the moment.
    I'm not sure if there is a lever that will unlatch something.
    Has anybody done this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JuNgLeStEpHeAd
    Is there a way to fold down the back seat. The 04 WRX I have has a box of maybe 12" or 10" kickers that I want to take out, but the last owner mounted them to the frame or something stupid. Can't pull it out and I wanted to know if the back rest of the seat can be moved. Its a drag having it back there cuz the wiring is all Frigged up and I'm not interested in decking the car out with sound and visual screens at the moment.
    I'm not sure if there is a lever that will unlatch something.
    Has anybody done this?
    Just remove the back seat; it's just a handful of bolts (12mm, I believe)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon23 View Post
    Hey i have 2 12' JBL subs but they didn't fit in my new WRX.


    Not many cars will fit one twelve foot sub, let alone two.

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