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    Old School Rockford Power Series Motors

    As the title says, I have 2 Old school Power Series Rockford Fosgate motors. This series has 4'' coils and a chrome bottom. I'm looking for 85+shipping per motor. I will be getting more pictures tomorrow.

    If interested, I do also have a working version of this sub, it is just a bit loosy goosy as the term goes though lol.






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    Re: Old School Rockford Power Series Motors

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    Re: Old School Rockford Power Series Motors

    Would make good cupholders



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    when i see small subs i just think of a girl, 12s = teenagers, 15s = man, 18 = King Kong Mandingo Warrior

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    Re: Old School Rockford Power Series Motors

    Very much so =] lol almost route 44 from sonic =]



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    Re: Old School Rockford Power Series Motors

    i tried to have *** with my 15's (same model motor's) and it was like throwing a hotdog down a hallway. LOL. Only vent hole i've ever seen bigger than these is in some movies i'm not allowed to link here.




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    Re: Old School Rockford Power Series Motors

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    Very much so =] lol almost route 44 from sonic =]
    Would suck to try getting an open can out of there without spilling it lol



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    Re: Old School Rockford Power Series Motors

    these from the RFR series??

    that gap looks pretty tight in there also




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    Re: Old School Rockford Power Series Motors

    It is a tight gap, but it can be done



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