Single cab subwoofer enclosure

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  1. Adrion

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    Hello all,
    I am now to forums all together. Sorry if I make any mistakes. I currently have a single 12 inch Rockford Fosgate subwoofer behind my single cab seat. It is in a sealed enclosure. I was curious if anyone had any kind of build designs for a ported box for single cab with 1.00 cf airspace. Thanks and have a great day!
     
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    I don't have any designs, check out crutchfield am sure they have something like you want or amazon, or if you have a local stereo shop they might have some as well.
     
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    What about making a thin box to fit behind the length of your back seat maybe it would work I really don’t know.


    I bet something like this would work
     
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    Thank you all. Thanks for the video gmctrucks.
     
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    There are places like I mentioned that already have boxes to fit trucks by year in spaces you would not even think a speaker box would go. Mine under the rear seat I had to remove my OEM jack box to make it fit it its goes all the way across under the seat and hold two big 12's.

    You can build your own, if you have never built a speaker box read up on it if your picky about sound, and air space. There is alot to building one, certain wood gives certain tones in the bass, air space is needed for the right tune to the speaker if that matters. To it don't I just wanted a box to fit the speakers and fit under the seat. I did stuff my box full of fiber fill stuff they use in making pillows, made a better sound coming out did have a wood echo thump it more or less soften the bass waves behind the speaker and pushed it out the front.

    Crutchfield website has alot of good info on spekaer boxes do's and don't whats best and what the terms adn things mean.
     
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    These might fit but do your homework see if they hit good.
     

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