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Old 04-18-2014, 05:17 PM   #1
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I am a new F-150 owner, first time owning a truck. I can't believe I have waited this long...and I am almost 40.

I love this forum, I have learned a TON...thanks for all of you posting cool stuff.

I have an 2007 F-150 Lariat.

I wondering about the speaker box under the seat in the back.

I assume it's ok to take that thing out? What have you all done with it?
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Old 04-18-2014, 05:32 PM   #2
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toss it, their garbage!
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I figured they were garbage...thanks for confirming.

I will have to find the forum that talks about custom sound..I am sure there is one somewhere.

THANKS guys!!
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I just took mine out and put in a 10" and amp. Nice upgrade.
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IF wanted real subwoofers back there, they sell em. In single and dual 10's and 12's. Dual 12" subs requires a seat lift kit to fit. Which cost as much as the box. The rest do not.
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All you need is a good 10" in a box and a 400w amp. That's plenty for good sound and it has enough punch to satisfy pretty much anyone. No need for two 10" or 12".
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All you need is a good 10" in a box and a 400w amp. That's plenty for good sound and it has enough punch to satisfy pretty much anyone. No need for two 10" or 12".
^This. I have the same thing in my extended cab and believe me, I can shake some bolts loose if I tried lol.
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I have been wanting what I thought was a factory sub because I thought it was behind the seat. I put stuff under the seats. Now knowing that they are under the seat, makes me glad I don't have one. I am gonna have to find one that will fit behind the seat I guess.
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I just took mine out and put in a 10" and amp. Nice upgrade.
Did you just hook up your new stuff to the existing wiring?
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