Up for sale is perhaps the favorite piece of my truck. A pre-loaded custom sub enclosure fabricated by a once member on here named Garrett (gordynismo). This box is built tough as nails, sounds phenomenal with the loaded JL 10W1v2 10" sub, and fits perfectly underneath the rear passanger side seat of a crew cab. I know this sounds better than the JL Stealthbox for the Frontier.
The enclosure is built of MDF, reinforced with internal ribbing and fiberglass, smoothed with body filler, and wrapped with a black vinyl. The box is downfiring and ported to the floor at the feet of the rear passenger seat. The wiring connectors are gold plated and can accept both bare wires (screw-in and crimp) or banana clips. It's shape fits perfectly under the seat and it also has a radius on the outer edge to mimic the shape of the cushion.
Full pics of the build by the original owner can be found on the sale thread I bought the box from back in 2007. Link to the pics still works, and you can see how much I paid for it. (Worth every penny!) FS: Sub & Enclosure, XM and Ipod Interface
No its not bolted, BUT between it being contoured to fit the floor and over the hump so well, the weight, and the angle of the top mimicking the seat bottom, it doesn't shift at all. I never had any issues with it shifting around.
Originally Posted by NCFronty
Does it muffle it too much being that close to the floor?
In my opinion, no. The single 10" in this box was plenty of bass for any use I ever put it through when powered by a 150W Precision Power amp. I mostly listen to hip-hop and never felt like it was lacking. And I listen to my music loud.
It probably won't win a competition, but it more than sufficed for my daily use for over 5 years. While I spent some shopping for upgrades to the rest of my system (door speakers, head unit, iPod accessories), I never considered replacing this box or sub. Sound cheesy, but it'll be the last subwoofer/enclosure purchase you ever make for this truck.
702: Sorry you feel that way, but I find it honorable to still give the priority to whoever reached out first. The buyer PM'd me Tuesday...you emailed Wednesday. He was ready to pay hours before you, so no matter what he was in first.
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