Fits: 84-01 Jeep Cherokee
2-door and 4-door
Approx. Empty Weight: 11 lbs
Installs behind passenger side trim panel
Must trim out storage bin as shown
Some other minor modifications required
Fits 8" & 10" round subs
Also fits 8L7
Mounting Hole=9-1/8 for 10" subs
7-1/4" for 8" subs
Mounting Depth: 5.25"
Volume: .32 cu.ft
Subwoofers And Amplifiers Sold Separately
I just installed this box and can say WOW i was very impressed with how it sounds for such a small box.
First off, I must say I was very impressed with the construction of the box. There was obviously a lot of though put into designing it. Nice mitered corners to squeeze in a little extra volume, all seams sealed, completely carpeted all the way around the exterior (front and back).
it was a super easy install and fit perfect just wanted to share a pic and some kudos to the guys at SubThump it totally beats the 5 or 6 hundred you'll spend on a stealth box. The instructions were well written and easy to follow as well.
I used to have 2 12s taking up the whole back of my truck and I thought I was gunna hate the down grade but I am very impressed with this shallow mount 10.
Ever wanted some bass in your 84-01 Jeep Cherokee, but haul way too much gear back there to sacrifice having a big subwoofer box taking up space? If this sounds like you, then we have an easy solution. Turn your useless side cubby space into a subwoofer space with our Jeep Cherokee Stealth Enclosure. Nothing fits into that side cubby hole anyway. Why not put in a sub-box and greatly enhance your sound system. This is a no-brainer, so what are you waiting for?
Our subwoofer box is a complete enclosed box system built from mdf. It is not just a baffle board. Best part is that it does not involve pumping a bunch of sticky messy foam into your car or any of the other DIY methods you may have seen over the years. Basically all you need to install this box is to trim away the cubby box from the panel like our example shows along with a couple simple adjustments and re-rout the wiring behind the panel. All the steps are explained in detail with the enclosed instructions. Next, the sub-box slides into the open fender cavity and is secured firmly to the vehicle with the included hardware. The trim panel is then re-installed over top for a seamless install. Overall, this is a simple, effective, and much easier way than trying to do this on your own or building your own box. This is literally a 30 minute project once you have the panel off and ready to trim.