Alright, none of you know what i drive, but that's cool. I've got a 91 toyota pickup base model, with the vinyl bench seat (patched and covered multiple times) and literally no room behind them. I just put a stereo in with 4x6" infinity speakers, and they're just not bassy enough. The obvious answer is that I need a subwoofer. Now, one can't just plop a sub into my truck, because even boxed 6x9's wouldn't fit behidn the seat, and where else is there? Between the seats. Yep, seats. I'm thinking of swapping out the 3 person bench in favor of a pair of junkyard harvested buckets from god knows what (totaled lexus maybe? *pray*) and bolting them up to adapter plates (custom-made... I think I can do that out of 1/4 or 1/2" aluminum plate? Steel is too much fuckin trouble to machine, IF aluminum will work). I have long legs, so space is an issue, same thing about the sub. the truck is so small that i can probably get away with a pretty nice 8" with a low-power amp, thus being cheap and responsive, and filling my itty bitty truck with loudness. Now, the reason i'm here. Has anyone else done this before? Is there anything i should know going into it as far as what to expect? I don't want to get into a massive pile of bullshit headaches, if that can be avoided... though i'm totally willing to if it'll be kickass enough in the end to warrant such headaches. Respond away!