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Screw the middle seat!!

Newest project is now complete....











2 10" Kicker L7s on a 1000 Watt Kicker ZX Amp.
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Wow that looks really cool, nice job!!

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It looks good but I wouldn't want to ride in it -- I value my hearing.

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How did you remove the center section?


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It was a pain in the ass.
Remove to bolts from underneath the plastic cover on the front of the middle seat and all 4 large bolts from where it attaches the seat to the body.

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Did you snap any pics with it gone? How did it look? Like there was something missing or did it look good?


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There's a bracket that runs between the driver and passenger side rear seats that the middle seat bolts into. It would look like something was missing when it's gone, the seatbelt brackets have to be unbolted from the middle seat so that the passengers can still ride safely.
I thought about doing one sub in the front at the angle and then doing a cooler or some sort of storage in the top part.

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Mmm. Replaced my third row instead. Dual 12" on 1k watts firing down. Much more subtle visually (and nearly impossible to steal because the box takes up same space as third row folded down), much louder.

Nice int/ext color scheme by the way. I have the same one.

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That ought to blow your ears out!
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Looks like a commercial gas stove. shrugs. I'm not into the audio big base stuff. But enjoy. Nice fab work.

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