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It is weird how they don’t allow easy access. The first thin

Posted on: November 21, 2020 at 22:58:39 CT
TigerFan92 STL
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G I bought was the lanyard setup so I could get behind there

After I started looking at it I knew I’d rather use the under seat space for equipment and the behind seat space for the subs. Taped down Mylar to protect it and laid in my fiberglass and I have a really large sub space tho it is really odd shaped but works well for two 10 inch fairly shallow subs and an amp. Crutchfield did me right
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Anyone have a 2009 or newer F-150 Crew Cab? - Tigrrrr! MU - 11/21 17:11:40
     They make a kit for those - NWMizzouFan MU - 11/22 07:21:47
          Wow. $21 a side. I drilled a hole in each pin, added jump - Tigrrrr! MU - 11/22 16:50:27
     Yes I built custom fiberglass speaker cabinet back there on - TigerFan92 STL - 11/21 17:59:21
          Mine has the premium sound subwoofer under the passenger - Tigrrrr! MU - 11/21 19:10:59
               It is weird how they don’t allow easy access. The first thin - TigerFan92 STL - 11/21 22:58:39
     enough for a body?(nm) - MizzouAstro MU - 11/21 17:12:25
          Well, - Tigrrrr! MU - 11/21 17:31:01
          Yes, a kilo or two and a handgun(nm) - implode MU - 11/21 17:22:59
               Cased rifle/shotgun.(nm) - Tigrrrr! MU - 11/21 17:31:47

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