I'm starting to toss ideas in my head for a new stereo system in my mom's '91 GM. Plan so far:
1. Pioneer deck.
2. Pioneer 6.5" doors.
3. Pioneer 6"x9" rear.
4. 2 - 10" subwoofers.
6. Custom built sub boxes.
Deck, speakers, subwoofers, and amp are no issue. Wal-mart specials. Sub boxes are what I plan to build. Plan is for 12" to 14" face and backing and about 6" to 8" deep. I want to set them up so they mount on the side ledges of the trunk and face inward. Amp will be mounted up beside the spare tire.
Building the boxes is where I need info.
1. I figure 2 sheets of 4' x 8' of plywood should do the trick (I can always use extra material for other projects). **Note: If it works out well for the '91, I will be building similar boxes for my cars. Not sure what thickness to get the plywood in. I'm thinking around 3/4".
2. Where can a guy get that gray covering for the sub boxes? Gotta have 'em look good, you know.
3. How can the boxes be mounted to the car? I don't want to go punching holes if I don't have to, but I also want the boxes to be secure.