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Old 09-01-2011, 11:39 AM   #1
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Just wondering if anyone has done it? And what's involved with doing it? I haven't even got my truck yet (picking it up 2 weeks from now) but I want to start planning my stereo. Lol. Thanks for any info?
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You should access that after you get the truck. My last F150 I couldn't even fit an amp under the seats, this one can EASILY fit 2 or 3 12"s. I don't think anyone here has even needed to lift the seat...
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Yes the 09-11 trucks have WAY more room under them to fit subs and boxes as opposed to the 04-08 trucks. I haven't seen anyone use a seat lift in one yet, but I'm sure there are some people out there that have.
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Thanks guys! I am definitely well aware of the amount of space under these seats. And yes, it puts my 04 to shame. However, I wantyo go as big as I possibly can without losing seating capacity. So, more air space is better. Lol.
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Theres not a ton of room under the 09+ screw rear seats. i was able to do 3 fairly shallow 10 inch subs. i dont see how anyone can do 12's without the boxing coming out from under the seat. you just have to be aware of what subs you buy because 80% of them are too deep to fit properly
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Theres not a ton of room under the 09+ screw rear seats. i was able to do 3 fairly shallow 10 inch subs. i dont see how anyone can do 12's without the boxing coming out from under the seat. you just have to be aware of what subs you buy because 80% of them are too deep to fit properly
Which subs did you use?
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