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Fusion Sub in my boot. Need some help!


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i bought a piece of flat alluminium strip abour 4mm thick and 15mm wide, i bent and cut it to make a "L" bracket. i then screwed and secured it to the box and lined it up so that the flat part would line up with the child restraint thread/bolt in just behind the seats on the chassis. (I secured it to the left)

i undid the bolt put the L bracket through and did it back up without the little restraint bracket. this with non slip mat makes the sub totally secure, but if you need to access the spare tire or jack you can swivel the whole box around about 250 degrees (once you've folded the seats) and have full access under the floor cover.

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Marine carpet/flooring... perfect stuff. Minimal movement of the box :). Same material used on the boats and paving for non-slip jetties and ramps

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Marine carpet/flooring... perfect stuff. Minimal movement of the box :). Same material used on the boats and paving for non-slip jetties and ramps

The thing is as soon as you slam on your brakes at 100kmp/h, that non-slip flooring doesn't do squat (same with velcro).

There's a commercial product you can get Rokk Straps. They are around the $20 mark and have two clipped straps, you screw one end into your box and the other into a good mounting point in your boot (preferably not through the fuel tank :P). They are easily removable and are an easy way to potentially save a lot of damage to your car.

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Marine carpet/flooring... perfect stuff. Minimal movement of the box :). Same material used on the boats and paving for non-slip jetties and ramps

The thing is as soon as you slam on your brakes at 100kmp/h, that non-slip flooring doesn't do squat (same with velcro).

There's a commercial product you can get Rokk Straps. They are around the $20 mark and have two clipped straps, you screw one end into your box and the other into a good mounting point in your boot (preferably not through the fuel tank :P). They are easily removable and are an easy way to potentially save a lot of damage to your car.

plus , when u go through a run about.... ur sub at the back will fly from one side to another , which is T_T

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