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Q Power 2 Hole 2014-2016 GM/Chevy Crew Cab 10" Ported Subwoofer

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Q Power 2 Hole 2014-2016 GM/Chevy Crew Cab 10" Ported Subwoofer

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Give your GM or Chevy crew cab pickup truck a boost of audio power with the Q Power 2 Hole 10 Inch Ported Subwoofer Enclosure for 2014 2016 GM/Chevy Crew Cabs. This up firing under seat sub box fits perfectly for model years 2014 2016, and gives you the perfect platform to install 10 inch subwoofers for high quality bass. This subwoofer enclosure is ported, and features 2 openings for 2 subwoofers to be installed into. A mounting depth of 5 inches gives you added flexibility and it is finished with durable bed liner. Put a better box in your truck to get more out of your audio with the Q Power 2 Hole 10 Inch Ported Subwoofer Enclosure for 2014 2016 GM/Chevy Crew Cabs.

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