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Scosche Sub Box Dimensions

Just wondering if anybody has or could give me the dimensions of the Scosche sub box. I'm wanting to put a 12" sub in the trunk, that is out of the way, and the Scosche one looks perfect. But I have a very nice shop near by, and all the materials to make it myself. I figure it will be fun to do, and save money. Problem is, my Stang is garaged for the winter about 60 miles away, so I can't do my own measurements easily. Any info would be greatly appreciated.


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I purchased this box from crutchfield for 139, and put in my own JL sub. It really sounds good, and doesnt take much room. If you want to build this box, its not going to be easy, there is so many edges that are cut so it will fit into the right corner of your trunk, i actually just held in it with velcro so I can take it out easily without worring about it sliding to the left on hard cornering. I think for 139, its a steal compared to other sub boxes out there. the EFX sub that is optional for another 60 dollars is not a bad deal also, but i think the JL subs are much better

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Slightly off topic, but MTX has a new Thunderform system out for our cars now too.
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