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Old 10-09-2013, 08:15 AM   #41
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Good to know. I may do that too then with some Ensolite! Thanks!
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Old 10-10-2013, 08:08 PM   #42
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hi there OP, sweet little box, just wondering where you ran the amp? is it under the driver's seat? if so, where did you use to ground it? thanks
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hi there OP, sweet little box, just wondering where you ran the amp? is it under the driver's seat? if so, where did you use to ground it? thanks
amps under the drivers seat, ground is to one of the seat bolts.
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Hi OP. Did you use 3/4 MDF for this project? If so, I having some problems understanding the dimensions of your box. Godspeed.
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Hi OP. Did you use 3/4 MDF for this project? If so, I having some problems understanding the dimensions of your box. Godspeed.
No 1/2" mdf . I thought I specified , but the dimensions themselves pretty muh give it away .

I'm sure you can use 3/4" and just use the same outside dimensions , you just won't have as much mounting depth .
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Side note I notice you said your running and 8 in the stock location. How is it with the two different subwoofers? Only reason I asked I was watching west coast customs a long time ago. They did a subie hatch for some rich kid. What they ended up doing was putting in I think a 8 and a 12. I've heard some people say the larger speaker will drown out the smaller speaker. But in retrospec those guys have alot of money and have been doing it for a while stated their reason behind it was to get different frequenzy responses. Whereas the larger can go lower the 8 will provide a more crisp fast bass for other types of music. Do you think this is possibly true or just some shit they did cause they can? How is it for you?
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Side note I notice you said your running and 8 in the stock location. How is it with the two different subwoofers? Only reason I asked I was watching west coast customs a long time ago. They did a subie hatch for some rich kid. What they ended up doing was putting in I think a 8 and a 12. I've heard some people say the larger speaker will drown out the smaller speaker. But in retrospec those guys have alot of money and have been doing it for a while stated their reason behind it was to get different frequenzy responses. Whereas the larger can go lower the 8 will provide a more crisp fast bass for other types of music. Do you think this is possibly true or just some shit they did cause they can? How is it for you?
I don't even notice the 8" honestly but I'm sure it helps , i have the itch to remove the jbl box and put another box with another jl 10 there . Won't happen anytime soon but it's a dream .
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Heres a JBL amp wiring diagram , since few ppl have PM'ed me asking. I Found this on the 4runner forum, but all the wires matched my amp. I assume the head unit should be the same but you know once you check.


The PDF of the full diagram

https://www.dropbox.com/s/1ugwqxzxim...m%20tacoma.pdf

heres a pic below of the amp diagram , but the PDF have more details .


I pulled my amp remote wire from a 12v piggy back fuse just used this for my high level input. ( not in this diagram)



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did this on xmas, followed the specs exactly and it worked like a charm. thank you OP!

good to hear !
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THANKS SO MUCH!!!!

It worked to the tee!!! Thanks for dimensions and all your hard work
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It worked to the tee!!! Thanks for dimensions and all your hard work
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Nice glad to hear it , which sub did you go with ?
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I'm about to install this exact sub into double cab, but I was curious, from the drawings and measurements it looks like you used 1/2" mdf. Is that right? Thanks for the drawings by the way.
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No 1/2" mdf . I thought I specified , but the dimensions themselves pretty muh give it away .

I'm sure you can use 3/4" and just use the same outside dimensions , you just won't have as much mounting depth .
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😣 doh! Sorry, missed that... Anyways, built it yesterday, works great!! Thanks again for the plans.
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Well my truck is now gone guys, but I do have for sale a spare storage bin that goes behind the drivers side of a double cab incase you dont want to hack yours

check here for more info

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