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Old 05-26-2016, 10:09 AM   #1
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Is there any alternative to the du-ha? I have a hard time paying that much for a piece of plastic.
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Lot of people make their own. Some people keep it pretty basic, some people get pretty fancy with them and make them keep them pretty simple. There are many pages on here talking about it.
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I will post pictures later today of what I made for under seat. Very easy to build your own.
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There's guides on here. Mine is just a [ shape wall of plywood with some cheap carpeting from Walmart stapled to it. Keeps everything under there in place.
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This is mine:

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I got rid of the lid. It's a near perfect fit under that seat.
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This is mine:

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I got rid of the lid. It's a near perfect fit under that seat.
What brand and size is that and where did you buy it?
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What brand and size is that and where did you buy it?
I think its about 28 quart. It's the cheap Sterilite stuff they sell at Walmart. I think they usually have a white lid.

http://www.sterilite.com/SelectProdu...=179&section=1
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Just a note. This only goes under the driver's side rear seat. I have the floor mounted factory subwoofer under the other smaller passenger seat. If you are woofer free then two of these should do the trick.
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I got rid of the lid. It's a near perfect fit under that seat.


we should see if we can get a group buy on these
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http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B006FL...2BL&ref=plSrch

That's the one I use
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