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Old 06-21-2010, 06:39 PM   #1
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F/S Alpine Type R SPR-17C

I have for sale a pair of Alpine Type R SPR-17C
If your interested shoot me a PM. Asking 100.00 plus shipping.
Works fine, only used for 1 month thenupgraded to components.
It also includes the adapters to the speaker so no splicing of wires is required just plug n play

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$ 70.00 OBO
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Old 06-21-2010, 08:38 PM   #2
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I should have seen what other prices were before i posted sorry, i paid 140 thought it was a good deal
New price 80.00
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Old 06-21-2010, 08:46 PM   #3
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good luck with sale
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Old 06-22-2010, 09:51 AM   #4
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This may be an ignorant question, but where in the truck do these go? The doors?
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This may be an ignorant question, but where in the truck do these go? The doors?

in your truck, they will fit front or rear doors, but if you are only going to replace one set, i'd put htem in teh front
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sorry, i havent checked the forum.. stupid its my sale and i should.
I got the adapters when i got the spacers from tacotunes. but when i put in the components i had no need for the adapters, so i will include it for the person who wants them, doesnt need to splice any wires just plug n play.
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is it true you need to run an amp with these to make them sound better? I heard they sound like Chit. just plug and play? is this why you upgraded?
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They sounded fine when i put them in, def didnt sound like crap, much better over the stock ones. I upgraded because i wanted to put a system in the truck and wanted components, and since i only have a reg cab i couldnt use them. I thought they sounded fine. If you get an amp and run those, yeah they will sound much better than without, as does everything you run off an amp but you will lose the bass that those produce without an amp.
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