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Re: Subwoofer direction in cargo van
Cec813 #779179 July 18th 2021 11:49 pm
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Yeah I had 2 10" JL Audio subs with fosgate amps behind the back seat of a 93' Blazer full size and I built a wood rear deck that had a 3" gap along the tailgate. For some reason making the base go all the way back to the gate and up through that gap made the bass ROCK HARD


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Re: Subwoofer direction in cargo van
Cec813 #779873 August 01st 2021 3:40 am
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I bounce mine off the rear doors in my van, it is much louder, hits harder than when it was facing forward.


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