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Old 5th January 2010, 01:24 AM   #11
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Pro Box make something for that truck, they only made it for 2 10's or 12's, no eights. The amp you have rocks!!! I would go 2 12 down fire with a strong sub, depth will be an issue, that amp does well over 1000rms, one of my faves. Look at probox.com and see what I am talking about. That amp is 1 ohm stable, but you still run 4ohm with a more efficient driver. I live in souther Georgia(US) that kind of truck is all everyone drives. I used the Memphis M class subs for most apps, low profile and desighned for sealed box which will increase your power handling on the driver. I am still trying to figure out how to post pics here, but that amp can be mounted behind the seat and you loose nothing on leg and storage, except the jack.
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