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Old 08-05-2019, 06:59 PM #16
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This one. It is a custom one tho

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I'm leaning this way. The size isn't an issue, just the fact that I cant use the rago panels but I can come up with a way to add a little storage on that side.



Can I ask why you prefer those?

After briefly reading through the OEM+ thread I came to the conclusion that their sub is a little lacking. Plus I already have a system and they don't sell their subs separately.
I like how it fits snug and still allows access to the outlets and third row seats. It's removeable and I can sell it if I decide I no longer want it. I see how the lack of separating can cause an issue. I wanted just the sub too.
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Iím planning on purchasing this sub enclosure. Do you have to drill your own mounting holes for the sub, or does it have anchor locations for mounting screws?

It had the holes and stuff already done. All I had to do was screw the bolts and washers in
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Hereís another way to go that doesnít use trunk space. I had this one custom done by a shop since all the other options used too much storage room for me. Used the space where the bottle jack goes. Two 8Ē full size woofers.

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Pull out the panel is best and safest. Just made some simple "L" brackets to anchor solid and cut trim panel exactly so it is a tight fit. Yes, the panel is "permanently" modified but no rattles and solid as hell. It's staying there forever just as if it came that way in ours.
The shops will not be cheap on this, probably $500 or up depending on the area just for the labor.
NOTE: I ran high end car audio shops for years so this was a no fear approach for me but your results may vary.
what subwoofer are you using?
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what subwoofer are you using?
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