I don't know if it has been done or not but i was hoping to get 2 ten inch sub boxes, one on each side of the hatch area, molded to the rear wheel well area. I want it so that the subs will be facing 45* towards the center of the car. Anyone know where i could get this done. Thanks.
Masking Tape, Great Stuff Foam, Plastic wrap, 10 Ply Birch, MDF, sweatshirts, fiberglass, angel hair, bondo, and resin For under 200 you hav the ingredients for a box. I ame one ofr my 99GT convertible and then trimmed it to fit my brother in laws 95 coupe. Each one fit a 12" sub. I ended up going with 4 10's in my vert. If you need help lemme know.
Well i wasn't planning on doing it anytime soon, just wanting to know if anyone has done it. I was looking for something that wouldn't take up as much space as a normal box, but still look nice and custom. Thanks guys
As I tell customers that come to my shop, "50% of the price depends on how you want it to look." If you want it covered in carpet, that is much easier/faster and cheaper. If you want it covered in vinyl $$, or painted $$$$.
Best Buy doesn't build custom boxes as far as I know. Not trying to be a dick, but he was asking about custom work.
I mean, he is a custom builder, he works over at Best Buy and is certified, but he builds on the side. Sorry I wasn't clear. Don't go to Best Buy and try to get it made, call him and he will talk to you about it. He can build you a badass box and custom paint it and you will very surprised at the price.
Location: the original let me google that for ya guy
Originally Posted by OneBadWagon
certified to do what?
just means he took that lil test that they require for you to be an installer there. They begged me to get actually certified so I would work in the install bay (worked inventory at best buy for 2 years), but I didn't want my car audio buddies to know I was an installer at best buy. So I never took the test and just helped out our installers when they had issues they couldn't solve (which was often).