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Worked on this last week for a gym buddy and I'm pretty happy that I was able to finish her up this morning before the hurricane hits hard :)

On to the good pics!

Removing the factory "Blose" sub



It may not look like much at first, but this enclosure really had me racking my brain for a bit with all of the funky angles that were needed. One priority was to maintain access to the spare tire. So this enclosure had to be as slim as possible while remaining within spec for recommended volume.

Baffle:





No less than 4 angles on this piece:surprised:





Here the enclosure is resting on the baffle and you can see the rear angle which aligns with the rear seat





 

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Making a mess with the router!

This is how I prefer to make perfect rings. First using the hand router, then finish off on the router table:







Here's the panel that will flush the amp and sub.







I didn't snap a picture of it, but although the amp is mounted to the enclosure.. there is bracing on the inside of the box which lines up with the mounting points for the amp. This helps give the amp a more robust mounting point as well as reinforce the enclosure's baffle





 

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I like this a lot! The suede looks great set against the white and gray.

Help me redo mine :D

Agreed, you need to help me talk Shawn into moving down south a little closer to us...

ShawnK does top notch work, I'm totally jealous of his skills :thumbsup:
 
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