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Old 06-14-2014, 07:05 PM   #1
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Can you put any sub behind the seat of a 2012 crew cab? Im new to the F150 world. I am thinking of doing the JL Stealthbox but hate loosing that room under the seat.

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You can put it (stealthbox) UNDER the back seat, but I've never seen it placed BEHIND.
I have it in my 2009 and its perfect. I wired it with banana clips so that I can take it out if I need to. Friction actually holds it in place. I have the tw13 installed with it. ...
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You're not going to fit anything worth having behind that seat
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I put two sound ordnance powered subs behind the rear seat on my 2013 crew cab. They don't shake the block down but they punch pretty good together. The bass fills the truck nicely and shakes the rear view mirror.
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^^^^ I did this too. Sounds great. I followed what Palescrew did in this thread:

http://www.f150forum.com/f38/sub-beh...97/?styleid=14
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I did a single SO and it's great for what it is.

Thinking of adding a second.
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There are two different Sound Ordnance subs in the for-sale section right now . . . .(yes one of them is mine)
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I did a single SO and it's great for what it is. Thinking of adding a second.
Add the second one in you won't be disappointed. And you can wire it up so only 1 control know adjusts the sub level with the remote
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So it is JL that will fit behind the seats? I am thinking of doing this as well as the stealth box. My big question is about the volume limiter on this truck. I know that there are many threads so i will research before asking...
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So it is JL that will fit behind the seats? I am thinking of doing this as well as the stealth box. My big question is about the volume limiter on this truck. I know that there are many threads so i will research before asking...
What truck?
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