To snag, or not to snag..
That is thyne question..
Guy on Craigslist was originally asking $145 for a blown 12w7.
Idea is to hop on it, recone and wait for another cheap/beatup one to come along. Wire the pair for 1.5-ohms.
I threw him an offer of $80. Seemed to be firm on 90. Almost had him convinced into taking $65 cash and a $25 gift card to meijer's (local grocery store.) He said he doesn't go there much and would be a hassle for him to use it. He then told me he was looking for a CD player with a 5-band eq, 3 sets of preouts and a USB port. Supposedly he found a "Boss Audio" single din flip up touch screen that has all that for $90, he just needs the cash..
He's been sending the same text randomly.. "still interested in the JL 12w7? I'll take $90"
Its been a few days, just sent him a text saying I got $70 cash.
If he counter offers with $80 should I do eet?
Should I pass and save pennies?
Snag or not to snag, please give reason why
Last edited by its10v1; 01-16-2013 at 12:34 PM.
Team Starr Mountain Nuthugger #4
Bought From: outsideshot23, bigguy2010, SAZCLASSD, centergod79, SPLaudio, JCRF71, Vertex Audio, assassin1840, woofercooker, double 07
Sold To: ChucklezZ, Davecub14
1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP Sedan: (2) C&D 102AH Trunk Batteries, Needs Big 3
Sub stage: Custom SPLaudio 12" DC Lvl 5 m1 motor Dual 2-Ohm
Box: 1.75ft^3 ported @ 31hz
Sub Amp: Cadence ZRS C5 (5,100w RMS 1-Ohm @ 14.4v)