January 29, 2004I was wondering if anyone know a website that has custom subwoofer enclosures. I am looking for a box that can hold 2-10" and 2-12". I have a 92 b2200 extra cab. so size isn't really an issue.
January 31, 2004Depending on how much airspace the Subs need, i have a box design you could use that would hole them perfectly. It's made for 4 12's right now, but its easy to change if you're building it from scratch
February 2, 2004Thanx a lot. If you would email me a printable version that would the shizznit. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 17, 2012I have to 15 inch subs, but the box I have is to big for my `07 CTS. Does anyone know how I can get my hands on a box that fits?
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February 17, 2016for future reference you don`t mix sizes of subs it throws off the pressure and it sounds bad..
the box needs to be made according to the air space required by the woofers.. what you might have to do is find out how much space you can loose.. and then pick your subs out..
ya`ll don`t know me, so let me say.. Ive had 1 18, 2 15s, 2 12s, 4 10s, 2 10s, and 4 8s.. and Ive built atleast 100 boxes with little help, and Ive helped a little bit on another hundred or more installs
I could write pages and pages.. but I`ll wait for questions..
May 27, 2016
Totally agreewith the comment above. Mixing the sizes may not be a good idea. Here`s a good resource for some nice audio components and subwoofers:
Audio and Elecronics at CARiD
Short cab B2200 doesn`t really have much space to accomodate a big subwoofer though.