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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-28-2009 Thread Starter
 
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custom sub box for 04 GT

Ok, I have been searching for days now and I havent came up with anything, I need a ported 12" 2 sub box that will fit in my 04 GT with the mach 460 sys. I am guessing that I'll have to build one. Has anyone done this b4? Dose anyone have a blueprint? Or hell dose anyone make the box I am looking for? Its been a while sence I've done any carpentry, and I dont want to be climbing aroud in my trunk with a tape measure if I dont have to.

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-28-2009
 
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I found this site that makes good sub boxs mainly for the mustangs they use only the best material not that crappy chineese ply wood crap I have to look it up to find the address I paid 75.00 for the whole thing I will send you a email address I think I still have there Number also you can email them and tell them what you want the size shape space you need colar if you want this email address leave me a message . they do some pretty nice custom work also on your sub box !!

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Hey Im back here is the place I went to
ZEnclosures custum subwoofers Phone 941-914-0859 If you dont see it in there web site email them or call this number very friendly and great service and reasonable prices also they can make box for you the way you want it in about 5 to 10 days
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if you make it your self use 3/4 inch .. not plywood, not particle board. ..... errrr its heavy and looks like its sandy, but its really smooth.

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yeah that stuff is called hdf its high density fiber board, which is basically particle board
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i was gona say its compressed wood with glue, but that still seems like plywood particle board. the kind with the many thin flakes... anyway dont forget to glue and putty the seems. Predrill your holes.

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you can use plywood, alot of people use birch ply. just throwing that out there
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i checked out that site on ebay, their boxed requires you to relocate the mach system, i really dont want to do that. I am just going to build a box i am going to take measurements this weekend. I am going to price up some material, i dont know if i am going to all wood or work a lil fiberglass to make it. ill keep it posted
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