New Xterra , how to install subs in the windows

faster100 Posts: 6,124
edited December 2003 in Custom Fabrication
Ok sounds funny, but polk has some pics of demo cars/trucks on showcase and they have a ford escape with custom fiberglass enclosures in the back windows in the cargo erea, i want some bass and i don't want to lose and cargo room, could these enclosure's be fabricated by someone and not cost a ton of cash?? and where would someone go for this type of custom job?? I don't want any changes to the truck as its my main family vehicle as well, i do however maybe one day want a dvd and lcd headrests, and some other stuff,
Sherwood p-965
Sherwood sd871 dvd
Rotel 1075 amp x5
LSI15 mains
LsiC center
LSIfx surround backs
Lsi7 side surrounds
SVS pb12/plus2

2 Channel Rig:

nad 1020 Pre-amp
Rotel 1080 stereo amp
Polk sda 2B
kenwood grunt Tuner
realistic lab 450 TT
Signal cable IC
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  • neomagus00
    neomagus00 Posts: 3,899
    edited December 2003
    depends on what you put in there and who you know. if you put something real powerful in, they're gonna need to be thick, strong, and expensive. likewise, if you don't have a friend that's good at fiberglass, it's going to be not-cheap. not hideously expensive, necessarily, but not covered by the change you find in your couch either.
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