> THanks Vic. Putting it under the rear seat is a good idea, but the
> tube is about 9" diameter and it won't fit there.
I had a large Pioneer bazooka type tube also, and I got broken into and the
window destroyed because some mexican wanted it and took it.
It got stolen because I too couldn't fit it under my rear seat.
So this time I made my own subwoofer and fit it under the seat, and now I
sleep a lot easier and it actually sounds better.
Total cost? $20.00
one cardboard flat box
1/4 can of spray paint.
two used 10" bass speakers
a tiny bit of solder
an exacto knife
12 plastic screws, nuts and two washers each.
Simply put your speakers on top of your box and trace out the inside
then cut out the two or one circles.
Use a filleting pointy knife, start 12 holes with the speaker still held
down as a template.
Hold speaker now under/in the box, and push plastic bolt with washer
Secure from top with another washer and nut.
Do for all 12/2 speakers.
Run split wire from amp and solder two wires to each end so you have now a
total of four wires coming off of two.
Run the two postives to the two positives of the speakers and the two
grounds to the two grounds.
Spray paint your cardboard box whatever color you want after using
strapping tape to secure it securly on all edges and sides.
Sit back and rock on!