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Originally Posted by Adamastos View Post
If they're in a normal sized box. No they will not fit.

I tried my damnedest to get a pair of 13 1/2's in mine. From the back. And by laying the back seat down.

Mount them under or in the back seats.
And blast dubstep when you have girls back there. :nogrinner
You sir, are a funny one

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Originally Posted by metalman302 View Post
"Too loud" is subjective weather you talking about subs or exhaust. When I was young and dumb I had 2 Cerwin Vega 12s in a huge ported box. By any normal standards it was loud as ****. What was I thinking back then lol.

Personally I would rather have 1 quality sub, than 2 ok subs.

Go to your local Best Buy or whatever and test a few out. Maybe they will match online prices.
By too loud, I mean I want to be able to hear the rest of the music, too. Not just the bass.
But i do want it loud enough to shut up my friend and his 04 Sentra with the single Rockford Fosgate sub in the back.

The Best Buy idea, i think I'll follow. Theres one about 35-40 minutes from here. It is always good to try before you buy.

If they have nothing i like, i will get this pair of 10's i suppose.
Almost the same as the 12's, and i know i can get a box that will fit.
Kicker 07CVR102-2-Pack (2subs_07cvr102) Pair of 10" CompVR CVR102

Thanks for all the help guys

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