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I am going to build a rack out of MDF to mount my 2 amps, a LC7i, and the component crossovers inside of my trunk. It will be a vertical rack with the equipment facing forward. What is the best way to secure the rack in place? I am not that worried about removing it later, rather I am worried about vibration from the sub, quick stops, etc causing it to come loose and fall. Thanks for the advice. Pictures are even better...
 

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That forum has LOTS of great info that I will certainly use for the doors, rear shelf, wiring, etc. It does not have what I was looking for with the amp rack. His rack was smaller and mounted horizontally below the shelf. I want to make a vertical rack that fits under the shelf and is accessible by putting down the rear seats. Thanks though.
 

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buy or fab up some kind of L brackets.. attach them underneath the rear deck and then to your board ?
I figured that would be a good idea. I do want it to look good as well, so I don't want to just bend a little bracket to fit. Has anyone done this and will post a photo to share?
 

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You could put the amps on raised plexiglass like I did on one of my setups. How much trunk space are you trying to retain lol?





 

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You could put the amps on raised plexiglass like I did on one of my setups.
That looks sick as shit!!!, but I actually want a usable trunk. I have a 15" Alpine Type S which takes up quite a bit of space. The added amp rack needs to be vertical and fit behind the sub, under the deck, since this is my only vehicle other than a motorcycle and I cannot give up the whole trunk.
 

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You could put the amps on raised plexiglass like I did on one of my setups.
That looks sick as shit!!!, but I actually want a usable trunk. I have a 15" Alpine Type S which takes up quite a bit of space. The added amp rack needs to be vertical and fit behind the sub, under the deck, since this is my only vehicle other than a motorcycle and I cannot give up the whole trunk.
 

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I used l brackets and they work for now. I will probably fab something out of steel and paint it this summer
 
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