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1995 mustang gt vehicle specific sub box question

ok got info on how to remove the mach 460 amp rack but can i install the box like its supposed to go and still have enough room to put the amp rack back in or am i gonna have to completely take out the amp rack and leave it out to get the box in but if left it out would i still have use of my door speakers and tweeters without the mach 460 amps?

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get the demensions of the box and figure out how much space you have under the amp rack. You will need a mounting location for an amp for the sub as well.

If you remove the factory amps then you wont have any factory speakers, unless you have an aftemarket headunit that can power the door speakers/trunk speakers and tweeters. This is your best option anyways when going with an aftermarket sub.


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