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This is a discussion on mounting my sub box within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; im using my friend's boston comp but my problem is that the box keeps sliding around the trunk. its my ...

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    mounting my sub box

    im using my friend's boston comp but my problem is that the box keeps sliding around the trunk. its my friend's sub and box so i cant do any custom work to it. any suggestions of what brackets or tools i could use to keep it in place?

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    Just try some good velcro and it should attach to the carpet then and not slide around as much. Otherwise, in my car I used some rubber foam pads that I put under each end of the box, and those helped some.
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    a lot of times it could be ur carpet sliding around, thus making ur box slide.... so u can also try gettin the carpet to stay in place

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    i had carpet tape down for a while but what i ended up doing was getting a spray adhesive and spraying it on the piece that goes over the spare tire... then spraying some more where the carpet would go over the spare tire piece... my carpet hasnt' moved since and that was 2 months ago.... and my sub box moved once because i raced some guy....

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