Sub Box Securing

Discussion in 'Electrical & Stereo' started by Orange 94, Dec 18, 2013.

  1. Orange 94

    Orange 94 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    How do people normally secure sub boxes?
    Or do you just let them slide around in the trunk?

    I have dual 10inch ported facing the rear of the car. I'm not sure if I like the ported 10s, might switch back to a non ported box or put my single upwards facing12 back in.

    Anyways, I've just been using a tow strap around the boxes and hooking it into the rear seat frame. There's got to be a better way? Something has to be better looking and more secure.
     
  2. Musturd

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    I just whipped up some brackets and mounted mine to the floor before now my setup is a bit different
     
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    L-brackets are easy too do and you can hide most of it if the box sits on top of the bracket. Otherwise take the subs out, throw some screws down through the bottom of the box and then install your subs.
     
  4. CC'S95GT

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    My MTX box has a provison for bolting it down.
    I just tack welded a couple of 1/4-20 bolts to the floor and used a washer and a fat grommet to holt it down.

    If your running screws through the floor. Look under the car so you don't hit a fuel line or fuel filter.