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14-16 Kicker Double Cab SSIEXT14 Subwoofer $400.00

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FOR SELL $400.00


Only used for 6-9 months


Powered Subwoofer Upgrade System for 2014- 2016 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Double Cab and 2015-2016 GMC Sierra Double Cab 1500.

Also compatible with 2015-2016 Chevrolet Silverado Double Cab 2500/3500 and GMC Sierra Double Cab 2500/3500.

Not compatible with models equipped with 6.2 Liter engines and Bose Audio System.
I am near Royal Oak, Michigan willing to meet up for delivery within a reasonable mileage or willing to ship at buyers expense
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