Jl audio stealthbox released

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I have the Alpine upgrade in my Sahara. Installation of the Stealthbox on the passenger side requires the stock parts from a JL that doesnt have the Alpine upgrade. Does anyone know the part numbers from Jeep for that parts that are needed to do the install? Im getting drivers and passenger side boxes.
 

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Careful using these with the soft top. You won't be able to remove it from the rail into a full open You are better off looking for a different option if you take the top down all the way
 

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Doesnt look like they will fit for us that have a sport with no OEM sub.

Looks like an OEM replacement, unless I read that wrong.
 
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Doesnt look like they will fit for us that have a sport with no OEM sub.

Looks like an OEM replacement, unless I read that wrong.
It is for us without the OEM Alpine sub. If you have the Alpine sub you will need the panel like we have on the passenger side to be able to install it.
 

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It is for us without the OEM Alpine sub. If you have the Alpine sub you will need the panel like we have on the passenger side to be able to install it.
Do you just need the panel or do you need new carpeting too because the alpine sub box takes up some floor real estate as well (I assume it does at least)?
 
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Do you just need the panel or do you need new carpeting too because the alpine sub box takes up some floor real estate as well (I assume it does at least)?
im not sure. i dont want to give you an answer i dont know. lol
 

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im not sure. i dont want to give you an answer i dont know. lol
Lol, thanks for the honesty. All JL mentions is the panel, but I think the carpet is dif too.
 

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Check LiteBrite's video on JL Audio Stealth box and Audio upgrade
 

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Careful using these with the soft top. You won't be able to remove it from the rail into a full open You are better off looking for a different option if you take the top down all the way
Question about this as I didn’t fully understand from the JL Audio website. When you refer to taking it all the way down, you’re just talking about folding it all of the way back into the trunk? I often do that so I wanted to get clarification on that before I consider the stealth box.
 

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Question about this as I didn’t fully understand from the JL Audio website. When you refer to taking it all the way down, you’re just talking about folding it all of the way back into the trunk? I often do that so I wanted to get clarification on that before I consider the stealth box.
Hey man I was confused and looked into a video about the soft tops and found out my answer. This will work with both the sun rider position and the top fully down but you can’t detach the top from the rails and lay them in the trunk. So the two positions that you mainly use are good to go for this stealthbox!
 

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I think it pretty ironic they call them stealth boxes when you can see them in plain sight. Nothing hidden about it. I fabricated my own "stealth boxes" that are actually hidden under both of the front seats that have the same internal volume, can run a 10" shallow woofer and handle double the power for less money, just my time (although your local shop may charge a bit more). You can see the side of the enclosure with the doors off, but no one would know what it is.

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