|Today 07:35 AM|
Black Box not sure where you're at, my '95 YJ came with a 10" kicker sub that I am not in need of. Will throw in the Amp and whatever wiring I still have for it if you can pick it up in Herndon, VA, otherwise actual shipping + $20 for my time and it's all yours.
Note: I have not tested it at all. I do not know or care if it works, it was taking up valuable space along with other unnecessary accessories like the back seat and the carpet...
|07-24-2014 09:50 PM|
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|07-24-2014 09:46 PM|
|zachattack||if u can still find them.. The old tube subs they looked like a bazooka.. I had 2x 6" of those back in the day in my old f250 crew cab and they put out major bass but didn't take up any space I had them under the rear bench seat...|
|07-24-2014 08:34 PM|
|09-02-2013 08:36 PM|
|09-02-2013 08:36 PM|
Rebel, if do it behind the seat, then I'll only do one big box for a 10" and the rest will b used as a storage box...
|09-02-2013 08:32 PM|
|rebelBullDawg325||when i bought mine, it had 2-10's in a custom box btwn the back seat and tailgate. they were positioned firing down so even with the top down you couldnt see them. the jeep absolutely had some bump. amp was screwed to floor under the back seat. loved the system and it was a clean install, but i hunt out of my jeep and the top is off all summer. just wasnt conducive to my needs|
|09-02-2013 08:26 PM|
|MightBeDJ||honestly i dont really remember, i can tell you what we did though. we were at our garage just having a few beers listening to some old country when i slid out the woofers and said lets hook em up. when the question of where came i popped out the tape just measured for depth from the base of that "flare" panel to 1/4" off the tub to allow soft top rail/ hard top then for vertical i went from that flush spot to something that looked decent. not to high allowing it to have a good angle to follow the roll bar. and the boxes were also ported, damn its been to long, but i'll see if i can find one of the boxes though unfortunately these boxes were destroyed (ill see if i can scrounge one up from my buddies back yard, unless it was burnt up by now), because of not having a top for a summer, but i'll get ahold of my buddy tomorrow ill let you know|
|09-02-2013 08:08 PM|
|09-02-2013 07:37 PM|
it may be hard to see in my pic, but a buddy of mine made boxes that fit underneath the roll bar that was drilled and bolted fit flush filled up that little gap in the "sport" i think they call it bar. the amp was then mounted to passenger side box facing the seAT. each sub was 12". this way i could always have the back seat for justin case
|09-02-2013 02:21 PM|
|Bad Cornflakes||Mine just sits behind the back seat. It's a pretty snug fit between the seat and the tailgate. And my amp is screwed into the floor next to the sub.|
|09-01-2013 11:44 PM|
|Tyler92yj||I just screwed mine to the floor|
|09-01-2013 04:41 PM|
|Black box yj||
Subs in a 95 wrangler
I've had my 95 wrangler for a little over a year and I want to put a sub in the back. The tops stayed on it and I have 5% window tint wrapped around it so I'm not too worried about it being stolen. I was planning in buying a new head unit but I was wondering if you needed any other things so attach it? Besides the stuff for the sub.