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i would use a lc2i from audio control OR two cheap LOC2's from sound quest and wire them into a 4 channel amp. id replace your front speakers with components of your choosing (alpine, kicker, rockford, etc) (or parts express yoru self the drivers you need). then id run them biamped off that 4 channel and keep the rear speakers on the factory deck (you dont hear much of rear staging anyway). then id run a mono block amp for your sub and run either a truck box and a 10 or 12" back there OR you can build a sub box to sit on your seat or take up your 1/4 seat back there for a larger sub. persionally i built a box in my truck to run level with my rear window, become my seat, and have tool storage build into it so i have 1/3 of my back seat for tools and 2/3 for my 18" sub.
seeing as you said you were in the car audio field at one point i assume you know how to properly install speakers for maximum quality and how to setup cross overs/EQ, and basic box construction.
depending on how far you want to go i have found that the best way to install a decent sized sub in the back seat of a truck is to take and saw the seat in half where you want the box to be and move the rear seat mount in-toards the center of hte truck. so you shorten the width of hte seat and just weld on a new mounting point to the body. from there you glass and mdf the box to teh shape of the truck to maximize the cubic volume and now you have your seat, your storage, and a decently large box for 2 12's or even 15's.
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