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This is a discussion on PA: 10" Alpine Type R & 500 watt mono amp within the Personal For Sale & Wanted forums, part of the ClubWRX.net Marketplace category; Like the title says, I have a 10" Alpine Type R sub, with an enclosed "hatch" style box, and a ...

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    PA: 10" Alpine Type R & 500 watt mono amp

    Like the title says, I have a 10" Alpine Type R sub, with an enclosed "hatch" style box, and a 500 watt Alpine mono sub. Both in mint condition, so if you want pics, I can get them but it will look just like it does on the internets.

    Need to get rid of them since all they do is sit in my house since I just auto-x the subi now. (read: I want to buy my own helmet!)

    Price is $250 OBO, NO SHIPPING

    Located in Yardley, PA. Willing to meet in the Lehigh valley area, etc.
    Last edited by Hold_Fast; 09-12-2011 at 06:34 PM. Reason: Price Drop!
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    Bump! Drop it!
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    Bump. Pics available on request.
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