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Old 12-20-2021, 03:50 AM #46
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I've got the amp going in just after Christmas and have the Kicker 48CWRT84 Shallow Mount 8" on the way for the swap. I'm going to bridge the rear 2 channels on a 4 channel amp and run about 200W to the sub - just what I need. Front 2 channels will be powering the Kicker 3-way 6x9s in the front door to round everything out. Won't be a perfect solution coming from a true five channel/LC7i/10" system in my F-150, but I think it'll scratch the itch on a budget without taking up any storage room.

In terms of pulling out the rear panel and installing the JBL factory box, anything too cosmic to look out for? All of the videos and step by steps I've seen have the third row (I don't have it), so I'd imagine it would be a different process to yank it out. I'm still in the kid gloves phase so trying to understand what I'm doing before I start pulling out body panels.
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I've got the amp going in just after Christmas and have the Kicker 48CWRT84 Shallow Mount 8" on the way for the swap. I'm going to bridge the rear 2 channels on a 4 channel amp and run about 200W to the sub - just what I need. Front 2 channels will be powering the Kicker 3-way 6x9s in the front door to round everything out. Won't be a perfect solution coming from a true five channel/LC7i/10" system in my F-150, but I think it'll scratch the itch on a budget without taking up any storage room.

In terms of pulling out the rear panel and installing the JBL factory box, anything too cosmic to look out for? All of the videos and step by steps I've seen have the third row (I don't have it), so I'd imagine it would be a different process to yank it out. I'm still in the kid gloves phase so trying to understand what I'm doing before I start pulling out body panels.
If you don't have the third row you'll have a lot less bolts and a lot less crap in the way to remove
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If you don't have the third row you'll have a lot less bolts and a lot less crap in the way to remove
"Less bolts" and "less crap" are both good to hear lol
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"Less bolts" and "less crap" are both good to hear lol
For sure man, moving 50 lb seats out of the way is not my favorite part of that rear trunk removal
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In terms of pulling out the rear panel and installing the JBL factory box, anything too cosmic to look out for? All of the videos and step by steps I've seen have the third row (I don't have it), so I'd imagine it would be a different process to yank it out. I'm still in the kid gloves phase so trying to understand what I'm doing before I start pulling out body panels.
I just removed my rear panel in a 2016 Trail no 3rd row. You have to remove the rear passenger side seat 3 bolts and the hinge that the seat rides in traps the panel so you have to remove that as well. You also have to pry out the recline lever and there are two bolts in there that need to be removed. I had to remove that flap in the rear (Two bolts that have the tie downs) and the tie down in the far back passenger side. The panel also has 3 bolts in it that need to be removed. It wasnt difficult but i was going at it blind and was surprised how much i actually had to remove to get that panel off.

Almost forgot the rear passenger seat belt lower bolt needs to be removed as well...
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Part number clarification

Sorry I’m late to the party…. I had been wanting to put the OEM JBL enclosure in my ol’ 2010 SR5 for many years but couldn’t justify the $400+ price tag…. Well I took a gamble on the 86150-35080 which is significantly less but listed for 2017+ I believe. Showed up today and fits like a glove. Sub was included. I’ll post a pic after it’s finished, but it just required little trimming of the main panel.

So, in case it hasn’t been answered….. The less expensive 35080 includes a sub and fits everything from 2010-present.
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Sorry I’m late to the party…. I had been wanting to put the OEM JBL enclosure in my ol’ 2010 SR5 for many years but couldn’t justify the $400+ price tag…. Well I took a gamble on the 86150-35080 which is significantly less but listed for 2017+ I believe. Showed up today and fits like a glove. Sub was included. I’ll post a pic after it’s finished, but it just required little trimming of the main panel.

So, in case it hasn’t been answered….. The less expensive 35080 includes a sub and fits everything from 2010-present.
Thanks for confirming that's the one that I've been telling everyone to get
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I attempted this. I bought the enclosure (newer one), JLw8v3, alpine amp, and I even bought the whole rear interior quarter panel. It looked great and looked very factory obviously…but… I thought it sounded terrible.

I had a horrible rattle through the quarter panel. I tried laying down some dynamat type stuff all inside the panel and still sounded bad. Not sure what happened, but I took it all back out. I returned the interior panel and sold the enclosure on marketplace.

Love to see someone else successfully do it and it sound good. I thought about getting the taco tunes box but they don’t answer emails. Thought about the audio designs box, though now I use the storage.

Maybe try fiberglassing one myself….
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Surprised to hear that, I have the 8w3v and the stock panel and no rattles whatsoever
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