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2 Fi SP4 18s with Carbon Fiber Dust Caps

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1. Product: 2 Fi SP4 18s with Carbon Fiber Dust Caps

2. Specs: Both are dual 1 ohm (0.7 ohm)

3. Description/Condition: Ran them for a little under a year on low power (Audioque 2200). Magnets have some scratches but the surrounds, baskets, spiders, and coils are in excellent condition. Does not include the original gaskets. A couple of the pictures are next to a 10" Kicker "Competition" (lol) for size comparison.

I threw out the original boxes some time ago, but Fi was nice enough to send me two brand new boxes to ship them in. So these will ship in original Fi packaging.

7/10 Cosmetically

10/10 Mechanically

4. Price: Asking $900 SHIPPED OBO for the pair. Because they are dual 1 ohm, I would like to keep them as a pair. NO TRADES, just trying to get rid of all my stuff.

I'm located in Huntsville, AL 35810. Would be willing to drive to meet someone within reason.

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Bump! All packaged and ready to go. $875 shipped to your door!

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$850 shipped! Honestly I was expecting these to go quicker, no interest yet.

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Subs are SOLD locally.

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