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I had a 1991 Stang LX that I removed the spare tire from and put a 12 into. I have sence traded up. Now have a 1995 T-Bird LX V8. I am thinking of doing the same thing. With wieght worries on the track using one side for a box vise six sides. I figure I might save some much needed space. The only problem, I couldn't ever get the box in that stang to seal. Suer it hit all right. But the car was kinda a beater so I did't really care. The bird is my baby, and I don't want the throw 1.5 inch screws down in to the metal. Do any of you all have a thought on how I could seal it?
 

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why not line the spare tire well with fiberglass and then mount the top baffle to that, then you could remove the whole box and have a totally sealed enclosure, or ported, which ever.
 

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You mean something like this bagged? (I know, not this overkill)

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yea I know, not enough, must put in 4 more......

those are audiobahn aw1200x's running off a pair of 3 year old MTX 2300's

it sounds deep, and tight, with good frequency response up to the crossover frequency which is set at 85 hz, it's enough to rattle the mirror off the front glass, which is good enough for me, I am running a bass controller so I can tuen it down a bit as not to overpower the mids/highs.
 
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