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Old 03-16-2009, 07:02 PM
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cargo area fiberglass subwoofer box

i was wondering if i was to make fiberglass boxes that would fill the entire cargo space in the rear floor would anyone be interested in purchasing them. i could make them in 8", 10", or 12" and you would just have to put your own sub in it. they would probably have to use a shallow mount sub for it to sit flush with the floor or they could be raised to allow more space for a larger sub. i plan on making one for myself and i will take pics of it when its complete.
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how much?

i dont need one, just wondering.
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i'm not real sure what materials are going to cost me yet or how much time it would take but let me figure it out real quick and i could let you know.
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welcome to trailvoy.

do you have experience with working with fiberglass?
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thank you very much.
and yes i am an auto body tech and have quite a bit of fiberglass experience.
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i'd have to say that a box would cost somewhere around $150 price would very depending on whether it was painted, carpeted, ect. like i say ill have a better estimate after i build my own.
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i'd have to say that a box would cost somewhere around $150 price would very depending on whether it was painted, carpeted, ect. like i say ill have a better estimate after i build my own.
Keep everyone updated on this and I'm sure some will buy it. I might just be a customer too.
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Keep everyone updated on this and I'm sure some will buy it. I might just be a customer too.
+1 on a customer... would it be just a box to cover the floor tho? or would you make something along the lines of a basic box that would fit right behind the rear seats (like inbetween the rear fender wells)

somthings like this, but in fiberglass (see the attached pictures)...


this is a box tha someone was trying to sell on here... would you be able to make something like that in fiberglass?? except i would want the subs facing foward 12" subs....if not fiberglass then wood??

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+1 on a customer... would it be just a box to cover the floor tho? or would you make something along the lines of a basic box that would fit right behind the rear seats (like inbetween the rear fender wells)

somthings like this, but in fiberglass (see the attached pictures)...


this is a box tha someone was trying to sell on here... would you be able to make something like that in fiberglass?? except i would want the subs facing foward 12" subs....if not fiberglass then wood??

thank you
the box would sit down in the compartment in the floor. the lid would have to be removed.

thanks for the interest so far. im gonna try to get at least the bottom of my box done this week depending on how cold it is outside. i will definetly keep everyone updated.
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