If it is just bagged you will not run into any issues. But if you body drop it you may have to get creative with the box.
Body dropping a vehicle requires alot of work. Your basically cutting out your floor and raising it to whatever desire body drop your going for.Is there any advantages of doing a body drop at the same time you bag the vehicle? Or can the body drop be done at a later time with not much more work? I guess I need to also start doing searches for bodydrop info also don't know that much about the amount of work involved.
You can never ask enough question's and people on here will be more then happy to help you. Should Make a project thread and start snaping some pic's of the build, it sounds interesting.:rocking:I can pretty much do all the work myself (except for finale paint). I'm just getting back into trucks. This will be my first airbag install though. Have done plenty of coilover 4 link installs in muscle cars and rockcrawlers.
I just ask alot of questions and do alot of research before I make the first cut on anything the first time...lol
Unless my plan changes I was going to be using 4bucket seats and a cut thru running 4 12s with a custom console that would run front to back and tie into the cut through.if you have a crew cab, cant you fit two 12 underneath the rear seats?
Like said earlier it will be next spring most likely before I bag the truck. Just did'nt want to get real crazy with the speaker box design now if I was going to have start all over next spring. I will definently start a build up thread on the cut through soon. Trying to make up my mind on what brand speakers I want to use and box config. and also looking into buying a hard tonneau.You can never ask enough question's and people on here will be more then happy to help you. Should Make a project thread and start snaping some pic's of the build, it sounds interesting.
After giving it alot of thought, I think I will try to keep it inside the cab using a custom center console to run in between the rear buckets. I will not be able to go 4 12s but will go 2 high quality 12s with lots of power to them.Thats true but with a raised floor you are loosing a ton of the space for your sub box. So what the point of doing a blow thru cause your not gaining much. Your now limiting yourself on size again. Might as well put the subs in the cab and save the trouble.