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Old 12-02-2006, 11:39 PM   #1
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Well ill put my in.

I used to have this in my GrandAm:

Kenwood KAC-9102D 1700w Class D Mono (New in Box)
Kicker S12L7 05' model (Refurbished to quality standards)
Rockford Competition Wire Set (New in Box)
SWX 1 Farad Capacitor (New in Box)

----Prices were----
On eBay:
Kenwood Amplifier -> $175 -> retail at a BestBuy $300
Kicker Subwoofer -> $145 -> retail from Crutchfield $450

At BestBuy:
RF Wire Set -> $120

Random Electronics Store:
Capacitor $75

All that for less than $520 compared to retail I did awesome.

Sold it all away for $400 after I trashed the motor I had no use for all that audio equipment. I have pics if interested in seeing it.

I typed all this and had to put it somewhere.


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