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Old 10-06-2012, 10:22 PM   #1
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Default 2005 F150 Supercab subs?

I have done a little research and all i can seem to find in the form of a custom fit box is a single 10" for under the rear driver side seat. Does anyone know if there is a company that makes a dual 10" or maybe even dual 12" that would extend all the way to the passenger seat. I dont care about the jack (thats what a toolbox is for)..and also if i mount the amp to the back behind the rear seats, is there enough clearance that when i put the seat back on it will not overheat the amp? thank you very much.

p.s. I have an extended cab FYI thank you again!
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foxacoustics.com, supercrewsound.com, atrend (IIRC), couple others.

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