hey accel, i just Digitized my box, took me exactly 22 minutes , then again my box is beside me *damned winter*, if you want pics and stuff, email me, or hit me up with some info and i can make ya a box .
A Box for 1 Alphasonik 800series 10" for my 97 Sonoma std cab. Okay here's the biggest challenge. I'm 6'2" and like having my seat back all the way...so I'm putting the sub behind the pass seat, but my amps cover about 60" of space behind the seat. My cab has a 60/40 split bench and the 2amps cover all the way from the driver door to behind the armrest.
so I'm working with about 40% of the width of the truck.
I also need the port to face driver side of the truck. (I figured the flowing air from the sub can cool my amps ;-)
its just a standard ported box...so just 3" pvc plastic pipe is going to be used.
The biggest problem I've encountered is the mounting depth of the sub. I know out of the entire face of the front of the box the sub will have to be mounted as low as possible because 6.25" is pretty deep (still shallower then a Rockford)
Anyhow...the local audio shop told me it was impossible...yet they built a box for a friends std cab s10 that holds a 600 series 10..and the only different is driver impedance and 1/8" depth
If I have to I'm willing to dremel out a an 1/8" out of the 3/4" MDF I'm usnig to get it in.
Oh yeah...I'm using 3/4" MDF so please account for the thickness of the wood to make the volume and measurements right....
Also..those meausurements were the maximums (because I want the 10 to sound as close to a 12 as possible with the limited space I have)
If I lose a little volume but you can figure out a way to make it all fit...I'll deal.
i must say i believe in a truck your 100% best bet would be to fiberglass an enclosure... it is cheaper diy and would... 1 look way tricker, would make the BEST use of 99% of the space behind the enclosure where the box would never be as space efficient.