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    *Sub and Amp in a Truck... how*

    Hi, I have a 2007 crew cab dodge dakota and I have been wanting to put a sub and amp system in it, but don't know how to go about doing so. I really don't want to take up my backseat with a subwoofer, but are there any other options for a truck? thanks.

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    Re: *Sub and Amp in a Truck... how*

    There are plenty of option if worried about space use a single 12 a good quality single sub will do the trick if you need even smaller get a shallow mount sub infinity offers a nice one and they don't need large boxes a single sub will be more then enough if its set up right, you know the old saying I you had to have 2 subs you didn't spend enough on th first one applies in this situation.

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