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Select Increments Stealth-Pod

Portable 10" subwoofer enclosure for Jeeps
Fits 1976-86 CJ7 / Scrambler and all 1976-up Wrangler models

Item #: 663STEALTH

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Select Increments brings you the Stealth-Pod portable subwoofer enclosure, a space-saving way to add some kick to your CJ7, Scrambler or Wrangler. This rugged 1/4"-thick black plastic box mounts on the inside of your tailgate in a hideaway position, so it won't take up much of your limited cargo space. In most cases, you can't remove the enclosure without opening the tailgate or flipping down the back seat. For added security, you can easily disconnect the Stealth-Pod, bring it inside with you, then reinstall it in a flash when you return to your Jeep.

The unloaded Stealth-Pod mounts on the tailgate via bracket hangers which isolate the enclosure and reduce noise-causing vibrations. The sealed enclosure's internal volume measures 0.7 cubic feet, so Type 1 10" component subs work best in the enclosure — just install the sub of your choice, then add an amplifier and wiring. Your sub fires down at a slight angle, giving you punchy bass that adds depth to your music while the speaker is protected from the elements.

The package includes all the necessary mounting hardware, including a 10" foam gasket that forms an airtight seal around your speaker. Please enter your vehicle information or call a Sales Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to find out if this model is compatible with your vehicle. Some slight drilling modification to the tailgate or enclosure may be required to properly mount your subwoofer and install the Stealth-Pod, depending on your Jeep.

Product Highlights:

  • sealed textured plastic subwoofer enclosure
  • fits on tailgate of 1976-86 CJ7 / Scrambler and all 1976-up Wrangler models
  • holds one 10" subwoofer
  • enclosure volume: 0.70 cu. ft.
  • warranty: 1 year
  • Our 60-day money-back guarantee

Select Increments Stealth-Pod Reviews

Average Customer Review:

10 Reviews

Nice Product!

Written by: JordD from Kentucky on January 15, 2016

2012 Jeep Wrangler
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Very nice sub box, very innovative design for the limited space in a Jeep! Not hard to install as long as the directions are followed.

Pros: Design, Sound

Cons: Expensive


Written by: Jker from Arkansas on August 21, 2015

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Really like how this looks in my '99 TJ. Pretty installation if you have the required tools. Be sure that when you install it, you use hand tools only, so that there is less risk of cracking any of the plastic parts required to install the box.




Written by: Anonymous from Fremont,ca on January 30, 2015

2008 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Works and sound great

Pros: very nice looking

Cons: Would be nice if it bolted right to the stock sub woofer mounting brackets and not the rear door

Jeep Stealth Pod

Written by: MattB from Spokane,WA on December 30, 2014

2012 Jeep Wrangler
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Great quality product. Installs, appears and functions as described. Best solution for adding a sub in a very small amount of space. Removes extremely easy for full use of the cargo area. Installed a Rockford R2 sub with Rockford R250.1 amp in a 2012 JK and sounds great.

Pros: Quality product, looks good and sounds great

Cons: Overcomplicated instructions and no mounting template. However, it's easy enough to figure out without.

Stealth Pod jeep

Written by: Daanbc from Wellington Florida on July 19, 2014

2000 Jeep Wrangler
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This is a MUST if you own a jeep. Attaches to tailgate. Easy to remove with handle.

Pros: Removable with a carry handle. Great size for a jeep.

Cons: Not enough packing material inside for speaker/sub.

Stealth Pod

Written by: Scott from Tulsa on February 3, 2014

1997 Jeep Wrangler
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Really very pleased. Fantastic solution for Jeep. Have had the Wrangler soft top over 10 years, and have never heard stereo over road noise on freeway before! It's amazing to here clear and balanced sound now!



So far so good

Written by: 2011 JK Wrangler from Chicago, IL on April 2, 2012

2011 Jeep Wrangler
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

4 out of 5 because I've only had it for a week. At this point I don't see it disappointing me. I bought this enclosure, a kicker sub and a sound ordnance amp and I can't be happier with the amount I've spent for the sound quality. This stealth box does exactly what it needs to do and still allows me the use of my trunk space (the other half when the tailgate is closed). Since the unit is plastic versus a wooden sub box, the sound is a little different because plastic does not absorb sound the same as wood does. It's nothing bad or too noticeable to a casual user versus someone who considers themself an "audiophile". To them it may be noticeable, but in that instance you can simply line the inside of the case with dynamat to help. I haven't done that yet because at this point I do not see a need to. I bought new speakers and tweeters for the front of my jeep and speakers for the sound bar, but they were missing the right amount of bass. This stealth pod and sub made all the difference. I commute to work every day 36 miles (40-50) one way. So quality sound was important to me, as was saving money and not having to get a custom box made for my Wrangler. In my opinion, if you're looking for a cheap, but quality way to get a sub to fit in your wrangler, this is the way to go.

Pros: Does what it advertises. Affordable Space saving Straight forward instructions

Cons: Plastic box construction

Steal-Pod Yes it's worth it!

Written by: LuisC from Hot AZ on March 26, 2011

2006 Jeep Wrangler
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

I installed this in my Jeep Rubicon and couldn't be happier. The enclosure is
plenty sturdy and doesn't rattle eventhough it just basically hangs on the Jeep's
tailgate. The stealth-pod comes completely disassembled, but detailed
instructions are included. You will need to drill holes in your tailgate for the
hangers. I installed a Polk DXi104 svc subwoofer and it sounds amazing. The
added benefit of easy removal will give you peace of mind when the Jeep has
the top off and is unattended and whenever you need the extra space it'll just
take a few seconds to remove.



Select Increments Stealth-Pod

Written by: Ed G from Middlesex NJ on February 25, 2011

Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

Sounds great using dedicated sub with adj boost control when soft top is on or
down. Hard top on all winter. It seemed to me that mounting pins {mounts to rear
door} wouldn't hold up but its been a year and no problem. Only advice is to
keep a tube of dry graphite to lube pins occasionally as they will tend to
squeak. Would recommend reasonably priced,easy in and out and, installation



Great Product...easy install

Written by: Bill from New Hampshire on June 19, 2008

2005 Jeep Wrangler
Crutchfield Customer Review (What's this?)

This product is really great solution for the limited space in Jeep Wranglers. Easy installation and very easy to remove from the rear door when security is an issue.

Installed a JL audio 10" W1v2 in this airspace is .67 cu/ft which is only .03" shy of requirement for the JL. Seems to work just fine and great bass response.

Overall this is a great product



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What's in the box?

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  • Black custom subwoofer enclosure
  • One 9.5" diameter round foam gasket
  • Eight 1/2" pan head screws
  • Five small 3/4" pan head screws
  • Four large 3/4" pan head screws
  • Two 1" pan head screws
  • Four 1/2" flat head screws
  • Eight 5/8" flat head screws
  • 5 Rubber feet
  • Steel reinforced rubber handle
  • 2 Handle mounting brackets
  • 10" Length of 14 AWG speaker wire
  • Dual banana plug
  • Two 0.21" Slide connectors
  • Round terminal cup
  • 2 Mounting brackets
  • 2 Mounting bracket hangers
  • 2 Hanger gaskets
  • 3/32" Drill bit
  • Polyester fiber batting
  • Installation instructions

Product Research



Overview: The Stealth-Pod is an enclosure for a 10" subwoofer designed to fit specific jeep vehicles. Please check "Outfit My Car" to confirm compatibility.

Speakers: The Stealth-Pod will accept most 10" subwoofers.

Note: Neither speakers nor wiring is included.

Enclosure: The enclosure is constructed of a sturdy no-flex plastic material with a textured finish. The enclosure color is black.

Security: The Stealth-Pod fires downward, so it isn't obvious to prying eyes.


Stealth-Pod Installation: The Stealth-Pod installs on the tailgate without taking much cargo room. It can also be easily removed to create extra space when needed.

Tools Required: The following tools are needed for installation of your Stealth-Pod:

  • Drill
  • Wire strippers
  • Wire terminal crimper
  • Measuring tape
  • Phillips head screw driver(s)
  • Small flat head screw driver
  • Level
  • Hammer
  • Pick
  • Pencil
  • Masking tape

Note: You may need a Roto cut-out tool if you have to make the speaker hole slightly larger to fit your desired speaker.


Box Type: Sealed

Enclosure Material: Plastic

Openings: 1

Number of Chambers: 1

Cutout Shape: Round

Cutout Diameter: 9.21"

Max Frame Diameter: 10.832"

Max Driver Depth: 10.756"

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Customer Q&A

3 questions already asked

No, you do not have to move your seat for the subwoofer, it fits behind the rear seat. [ FRANK  Jul 09, 2015 ]
I bought it for my son's 2006 TJ 2 door X Wrangler. It just fits in the space behind the seat and the rear gate. We mounted it on the door close to the hinges about an inch above floor level. It did make the gate creak quite a bit form the weight (we installed a pretty good subwoofer in it) so I installed the rubber feet on the enclosure and set it on the floor. It works great and no more creaking of the rear door. We like the plastic enclosure so if it does rain It doesn't ruin the subwoofer or the enclosure like the wooden ones. [ Gary  Jul 08, 2015 ]
Your rear seat stays in the factory location. I am very pleased with the product, it is well made and looks good too. Don't forget to leave enough slack in the wires for your tailgate to open. Tell them you want the entire system I purchased, not a problem hearing the stereo with the top off. good luck! [ E BRENT  Jul 08, 2015 ]
You won't have to move the seat there is plenty of room. [ CHRIS  Jul 08, 2015 ]
The Stealth Pod fits without moving your back seat. It takes up approximately 1/2 of the available cargo space behind the seat. [ GEORGE  Jul 08, 2015 ]
No need. It fits perfectly with the seat full back and the box follows the angled contour of the back seat. Works great! [ STEPHEN M  Jul 08, 2015 ]
Bought for 2006 Jeep Wrangler 2 door. Very tight space. We often have the top down so plastic down firing was better option than wood forward firing. in case it rains. Can't compare to forward firing wood enclosure but the plastic on this is thick and the enclosure is solid. We added JL 10W1V3 10 in. sub with JL 300 amp XD300/1 with great sound. We don't hear any vibration. Comes with seal and baffling. The installation is removable so can be either removed or placed on the seat, for example, to use cargo space. Seems like a good solution to adding nice bass to a small space with weather a factor. [ Gary  Mar 06, 2014 ]
Sound is actually awesome. Really provides great balance to road noise. [ Scott  Feb 03, 2014 ]
It is a great compromise of space utilization, sound and economy. Bass sound isn't directional so it doesn't matter if it fires up, down, back or forward. [ GEORGE  Feb 03, 2014 ]