First of all let me tell you guys what I'll be running.
two of these, boxes included:
also this to push them:
and these, theyre being pushed by my pioneer 50x4 head unit:
I've got the tweets mounted on the a-pillars and hid the wires nice.
I'm waiting on crutchfield to deliver the boxes with the subs as they forgot to honor their 'special' they had. I've got a snarking feeling that those two things arent gonna fit behind my seats in my '02 single cab truck with 60/40 bench seats. I mean the boxes are thin, but i think the width is going to be a problem when factoring the housings for the (6x9?) speakers back there. They jut out and take up a shit load of room back there for no particular reason... would it be safe to cut out the housings right under where the speakers are mounted to allow for enough room to put the sub boxes? what should i cut it with if so? Also, should i take out the carpet thats sitting there under the window in between the housings to get that couple of inches of room? And my main question... should i mount my amp to plywood before mounting it on wall opposite the bed(just under the rear window) to prevent from the amp/grounding thing i've been hearing so much about? I've also got some ghetto dynamat from lowes(peel and seal) to line with back there. Please discuss, friends.