Mounting Universal Sub Box
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This is a discussion on Mounting Universal Sub Box within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I've decided to put this dual 10's sub box in the trunk, since its been sittin' in the garage for ...

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    Registered User phoenix2000's Avatar
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    Mounting Universal Sub Box

    I've decided to put this dual 10's sub box in the trunk, since its been sittin' in the garage for about 6 months. I've have the amp hardmounted to the center fold down pasthrough on the rear seat, but the sub box is just loose and flyin around everywhere. I'm an agressive driver so I have to find a way to mount it down........and ideas.... I'll post a pic of the set up....

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    You can dry either double sided carpet tape or velcro on the bottom of the box.

    Another suggestion would be some L-type brackets to either the floor or up near the rear deck or near the seats. Good luck .
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    Registered User Shibby's Avatar
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    if you take the rear seat off, you;ll notice there are two cross bars that brace the rear seat

    there is a screw hole in each. just run a long wood screw into the back of the box. holds mine just great.
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