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04-03-2014 02:42 PM
sjones26573 Way back I swapped in the Polks I was talking about and moved the Kickers to the pods. Stripped and bedlined the sub box.

03-26-2014 04:52 PM
4586shaggy Bump
05-14-2013 03:16 PM
4586shaggy Hey I found the Sierra site, but it looks non-functional right now. Is there anywhere/anyway to get my hands on this type of setup?
12-01-2012 08:06 PM
sjones26573 Old pics from Jan:
2 10" JL Audio W3V3 subs


JL Audio XD600/1 Monoblock Amp

Kicker KS525 Dash speakers

Kenwood KDC-X395 headunit


I just won a set dash speaker adapters and tweeter mounts from Nalin Mfg. so I'm going to move the Kickers to the pods and sell the old mounts, then get some Polk DB components for the dash.
11-27-2012 11:12 AM
Jermellio There are some nice setups in here. I screwed my amp underneath the driver seat to prevent a quick snatch and dash. The sub is a cheap 10" sony xplod and I used a sub enclosure from a pickup truck. The speakers in the sound pod are 6.5 polk audio's and I used an adapter to put 5.25's in the dash. Decent sound for riding with doors off.
11-24-2012 07:01 PM
ZClayAllDay New kenwood deck
11-24-2012 12:25 AM
SupremeTeam I like that power inverter under your radio. Was that custom or did you buy that?
11-11-2012 06:27 AM
bbusch Alpine/Focal sound system, custom built my pods and slimline console.


Focal Performance 165 speakers in my SME prototype JeePods






First set of pods off the bench, Lt Khaki Metallic in color w/LED lights




Alpine SWR T10 subwoofer posing with my Sierra Mountain Enterprises Slimline Subwoofer console prototype







Console still under construction, mismatched colored pods mounted for photo contrast.. Lt Khaki and Dark Slate Metallic




Focal CVX Polyglass 100 speakers mounted in the modified stock dash pods






Alpine PDX 5 powers the system, working on a custom glove box mount where it's mounted




Ran this JL HD 750/1 to my Sub for a short period of time but it proved to be too powerful for the sub so I removed it. Mounts on a custom bracket inside the SME Slimline Console




Dual Optimas and Stinger wiring power the system




iPod/iPhone Ram mount




And the Alpine CDA 9855 receiver

11-05-2012 06:02 AM
Gilmore
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Originally Posted by Trevor C 98tj

Worked great! Lifted hard top of the sides when hit hard! (Dont have it bolted down)Had to weather strip the doors, back tailgate and hardtop, wrapped the door jam thing with electrical tape so it didnt rattle... It cost me 50 for 2 sheets of wood, about 10 for the cloth,about 7 for the adhesive spray glue, and a lot for the subs and amp... sold 1 sub for 200, and gave my lil bro one for his first car...
That is all some I might have to make my own just like that
11-01-2012 09:38 PM
Trevor C 98tj
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Originally Posted by Gilmore

Did it work well and how much did it Cost you to make it
Worked great! Lifted hard top of the sides when hit hard! (Dont have it bolted down)Had to weather strip the doors, back tailgate and hardtop, wrapped the door jam thing with electrical tape so it didnt rattle... It cost me 50 for 2 sheets of wood, about 10 for the cloth,about 7 for the adhesive spray glue, and a lot for the subs and amp... sold 1 sub for 200, and gave my lil bro one for his first car...
11-01-2012 06:41 PM
Wesboy Sub enclosure strapped down in the back, has an amp in one end and a 10" sub in the other end.
11-01-2012 01:54 PM
Gilmore
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Originally Posted by Trevor C 98tj

Can't remember, i took it out about a month ago when my amp fried :c and i burned it...
Did it work well and how much did it Cost you to make it
11-01-2012 12:43 PM
Trevor C 98tj
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Originally Posted by Gilmore

Hey can I get the The specs and dimensions for that box please
Can't remember, i took it out about a month ago when my amp fried :c and i burned it...
11-01-2012 11:52 AM
Gilmore
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Originally Posted by Trevor C 98tj
Custom box mimics back seat. 12 inch solobaric L7s
Hey can I get the The specs and dimensions for that box please
11-01-2012 11:50 AM
Gilmore I just got a set of speakers for my jeep Haven't got the put them in yet but here they are. It's 2 12in and 1 15 in.
10-31-2012 05:07 PM
Trevor C 98tj Custom box mimics back seat. 12 inch solobaric L7s
10-31-2012 04:20 PM
nicksdiner Jbl bass pro 12. Fits perfect and sounds good. Getting Jbl p662 installed tomorrow on the soundboard. Sorry bout crappie pics.

Attachment 174035
10-31-2012 03:54 PM
Jeembro
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Originally Posted by beaureed445

That looks sharp! I just replaced my sound bar speakers with 5.25" Infinitys, but I really like the looks of the 6.5" Kickers.....What'd you have to do to make them fit?
Well the sound bar speakers are like 5.5" or something close to that, so nothing needed to be done for those, but the console sub is the 6.5" mid-range sub. All I had to do was shave off some plastic in the console so it'd fit depth-wise.
10-31-2012 01:42 PM
beaureed445
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Originally Posted by Jeembro View Post
Here's my kicker speakers in the sound bar, kicker 6.5 inch mid-range sub in the center console with poly fill. Also got the alpine amp powering the sound bar speakers and the sub
That looks sharp! I just replaced my sound bar speakers with 5.25" Infinitys, but I really like the looks of the 6.5" Kickers.....What'd you have to do to make them fit?
10-29-2012 11:15 PM
ZClayAllDay Just built a costume box to fit in the back

Attachment 173547

It's a Sony xplod 12 inch sub. I have 2 kicker amps powering Polk audio speakers and this sub. Also a nice kenwood deck.. With this combo it sounds really nice
10-29-2012 08:57 PM
Jeembro
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Originally Posted by wat3rdog
What do you do about your amp when topless? Is it just bolted down and covered?
It's bolted down, and it's right where it's covered if I put the rear seat down. So I can put that down if I'm concerned for it getting wet, but I usually try to avoid any potential of rain now with the top down
10-29-2012 08:50 PM
wat3rdog What do you do about your amp when topless? Is it just bolted down and covered?
10-29-2012 07:16 PM
Jeembro Here's my kicker speakers in the sound bar, kicker 6.5 inch mid-range sub in the center console with poly fill. Also got the alpine amp powering the sound bar speakers and the sub
10-29-2012 02:23 PM
wat3rdog Me too
10-29-2012 06:13 AM
Gilmore
Lets see your Speakers and subs.

I would like to see how most people put and fit the subs in there jeeps.

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