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Old 19th April 2010, 11:01 PM   #1
magikfridge is offline magikfridge  United States
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I have a quick question, I have a 1990 ford f150 with a standard cab, I am looking at putting 2 ten inch subs in behind the seats, I was just wondering if i can fit 2 kicker comp tens in behind the seats, there is about 5-10 inches behind the seat. 1990 Ford F150 XLT Lariat Regular Cab in Medium Cabernet Photo No. 4599934 thats what the interior looks like, I was also thinking about getting a deck but I'm not a big fan of paying a lot for it and an alarm system, so I was thinking about just keeping the regular deck in there and just putting in subs and some nice speakers for the front

Any thoughts?
Thanks for your time
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Old 20th April 2010, 06:18 AM   #2
chris661 is offline chris661  United Kingdom
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You'll need to find out what size the front speakers need to be.
You'll also need to work out how much cabinet volume will be available to you - two subs might fit, but if that sounds awful, wouldn't you prefer just one that sounded better?

Mods - please can we move this to the car audio section? - I expect more help will be available there.

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Old 20th April 2010, 04:25 PM   #3
LightwaveDude is offline LightwaveDude  United States
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The front doors are 6.5" and the rears are 6x8. The 6.5's are mounted directly to the door skin while the 6x8's are mounted to the plastic trim piece which looks like a grill, which then that panel is mounted to the rest of the trim along the rear pillar.

If you aren't willing to loose any leg room, there is about 7-1/2" of depth to work with at the bottom of the seat to the rear cab wall. I actually started a thread last night asking the same type of question.

Single Cab truck box

Edit: it may be a bit different for your truck. Mine's a 95 but the cabs were the same from 80-96 so it should be very similar.
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