How to secure box in place

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  1. SHIFT_blue

    SHIFT_blue OT Supporter

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    Whats a good way to keep the sub box in my trunk in place so it isnt tumbling to the side when I turn?
     
  2. Turbo240sx

    Turbo240sx Still Spoolin'

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    get some L brackets from the hardware store. bolt one side to the side of the box, and the other to an existing bolt in the floorpan of the trunk of your car. if you cant find any bolts, you can drill a hole, but be VERY careful of what you might be drilling into. ie: gas tank, wiring, etc. make sure you know whats below the place where you want to drill.
     
  3. delussional77

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    turbo240sx hit it right on. Right angle (or L brackets), making sure not to drill anything important below it. Velcro can be used as well. As well if you have a trunk car you can set up a cable tie system that anchors into the uppermost rear of the trunk. PM me if you need details on this last one.
     

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