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    Default False Floors

    Has anyone tried a false floor. I have been itching to try it and just curious if anyone here has.


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    I did in my old install...it isn't that big of a deal...are you looking into Subs or just amp install?


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    False floors (especially for amps) are easy and one of the best ways of hiding unsightly wires... I've done more than my share of them


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    Quote Originally Posted by cargodz
    False floors (especially for amps) are easy and one of the best ways of hiding unsightly wires... I've done more than my share of them
    soooo... 2?



    hahaha oh and he goes to the ribs!


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    Very funny Bill, you're a regular comedian this morning lol

    But remember I was working on cars before you were born


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    dude your full of crap they didnt have cars back in that day. unless you were changing your horses oil your full of it


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    We had to change wagon wheels lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by cargodz
    We had to change wagon wheels lol
    Hahahaha!


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    Hey guys, my internet has been down for a few days and I am just now getting to respond.

    actually I am considering both, subs and amps. At the moment leaning more to the amps though.

    I would like some general info on it. I have never done one as I said.

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    Well as for the subs, you'll have to make sure that you've got enough room to house the enclosure, so make sure an account for that (lots use the spare tire well in the trunk for that)... As for amps, really the imaginations the limit as long as you give them air to breath. You can go either completely hidden or windows to see the amps underneath... with one that I did in the past for a suburban... I did false floor in the back with amp underneath with crossflow fans (one pusher, one puller) and used plexi for a window with light tint applied... and the sub was mounted under the rear seat, nothin really special there as it was a 12" in an elongated sealed box (I think like 1.5 cubes)... Hope this helps gives ya some ideas


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