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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 07-09-2008, 11:57 PM Thread Starter
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BEST Stereo idea ever...

you guys ever here of a through bed sub box in a pick up truck?? Where you cut a hole through the bed and cab to port the sound in from a larger enclosure.
How cool/funny would it be to do with one of these bad boys. HA. could you even imagine.
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Yep... thats how we did it back in high school... haven't seen it done in a while. I think people get nervous when the hole saw comes out.
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you guys ever here of a through bed sub box in a pick up truck?? Where you cut a hole through the bed and cab to port the sound in from a larger enclosure.
How cool/funny would it be to do with one of these bad boys. HA. could you even imagine.
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Cody with SXS Action Magazine and Crowdog were running one of those covers on their Rhino when we went to baja (story being covered in the next issue of SXSAction Mag) and it semed to work really well. I just dont like the handles on top. I would rather have them flushed in like they do on the diamond back tool boxes.



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whatever don't try and steal my idea from yesterday now... thru the dash with a ported box, in the second battery location.. i want royalties damit, but i settle for the 10" sub combo pak

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I will settle for just a 10" sub

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I just dont like the handles on top. I would rather have them flushed in like they do on the diamond back tool boxes.
Since the top is rated to carry 250#, they put 6 boat cleats on it to use as tie-down points for the load.
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