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How do I build a shallow box for my 8 inch Kicker Comp to fit on my motorcycle

I want to install my new Kicker Comp 8 inch subwoofer on my motorcycle - mount it below my luggage rack, but only have about 8 inches in total height to work with. How do I build a box that will work and can I use steel or does it have to be wood?

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It should be built out of mdf ,That it sounds decent, As for the size of the box figgure that out your self,

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