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Old 12-30-2004, 03:05 PM   #1
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Default I have subs to put int he trunk but how can i secure them?

I have a box with two 10' subs and the amp is bolted to the back of the box and I want to know how i can secure it so that the box wont fall over and so I dont have to drill into the floor of my car.
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10' subs?? Dude, I think those are big enough to hold themselves down .

You can make like a netting.. that attatches to the wheel well.. and hooks into the sub box, like the cargo net.


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I think someone (or someones) have "L" brackets that attach it along by the seat...not sure. Wait for one of them to come around, they'll tell ya how it'* done.
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yea L brackets are popular
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Are you using using factory sub-boxes?
Try getting some custom boxes made. They're usually broad enough that they won't fall over.
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you could attach them to the "strut tower" (the metal right above the Passthru. BonneMeMn has his box mounted there there are pics somewhere
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Are you using using factory sub-boxes?
Try getting some custom boxes made. They're usually broad enough that they won't fall over.
falling over isnt the issue its sliding accross the trunk
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falling over isnt the issue its sliding accross the trunk
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i used to have mine rigged up with a 2x4 going from the box to the back of the trunk by the latch...nice tight fit will hold a lot..

now i have a box that is 36" EXACTLY and 14" high...it fits so tight, i can barely get it out...nothing else needed
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Maybe try some velcrow
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