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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-10-2014 Thread Starter
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Exclamation 2005 Mounting Subs Issue

Hi everyone, I'm trying to mount two 12s in the trunk of my '05. Box is 14.25 by 28.5 by 14.25 with the amp (Lanzar Heritage HTG447) mounted on top.

I have no idea how I can mount these things so they're not sliding all over the place. Anyone else with subs or able to give me insight? Much appreciated, thanks!

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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-14-2014
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Mounting subs

Try using a metal "L Bracket" to mount the subs. I mounted one side to the nearest metal in the trunk and the other to the sub enclosure. I mounted it on the side facing the rear seat, so you can't see it when looking into the trunk.

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2006 GT, Strut Tower Brace, Gas Hood Struts, FR Intake Plenum cover, Metal Fuse Box cover, Moroso brake reservoir cover, Rear shock tower brace, Front Bumper Lip Spoiler, JVC DVD Head unit w/ back-up camera, satellite Radio and USB input, 2 - 12" sub-woofers, 4 - 6"x8" speakers, 2 - 6.5" speakers to replace the door subs, 3 amplifiers, LED lights under the hood and in the trunk, chrome e-handle on parking brake handle, chrome cup holder trim, and trunk lid cover with running pony emblem.

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