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Up for grabs is my 15" Xcon...minor scuffs, almost minty.... been running sealed off a Crescendo BC3500D .....
Have to go smaller as my suspension on my Camry cannot handle the extra weight.... sadly need to part with it

Price is $325 OBO + actual shipping costs.....

 

 

sale closed .... sale closed

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Nice setup you had there, definately didn't know you were running 3500 sealed! haha. Any vids?

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Nice setup you had there, definately didn't know you were running 3500 sealed! haha. Any vids?

My wording sucks... yea running at 2ohms but no vids off that amp I have some when it was running off the jl 500/1... I'll link it when I'm.back from the gym. LEG DAY ftw!!!

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bumpo

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Looking for any trades?

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Looking for any trades?

whatcha got Sean?

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Hmmm.... let me think about it

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Will you trade for an RE XXX 12" d2?

no thanks. 

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12" Gcon

 

 

Hmmm.... let me think about it

 

 

Sean, unfortunately right now I need the monies more.... but thanks for the offer

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Will you trade for an RE XXX 12" d2?

 

 

In box me pics. Might be interested.

 

 

 

J

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And check your PMs Sho.

 

 

 

J

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upp... still need the monies people

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uppp.... any offers?

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bump..... any offers??? 

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Free ninety nine?

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Free ninety nine?

 

I like you alot Sean buuuuuut.....lol ...... I know you might want it, so please make a reasonable offer.... I am not using it sooooo yea....

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to the top.... offer up

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someone buy me Dcons.... lol ....

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You want dcons in a trade? What size?

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You want dcons in a trade? What size?

 

Sorry Sean, I was just bumping and being silly....Really only looking for cash still ...

offer up peoples 

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uppppppppp

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