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I'm looking for some a subwoofer that will allow me to keep my cargo space, so it needs to fit under a front seat or behind the rear (left or right side, doesn't matter). I use the cargo area under the rear seats on almost a daily basis, so I can't do any boxes there. I'm also not looking to shake cars and kill small animals--just want a bit more thump/punch.

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So are you asking if someone has something for sale or are you asking for advice on what you should do? If you're just looking for advice, I would post in the Electronics section. The stock sub is not a plug and play with an RT head unit. Are you planning to replace your head unit with an aftermarket unit?
 

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I'm looking to buy something--I posted in the Mobile a Electronics section already, and since folks often come here to unload their RL stuff when trading in, I though maybe someone would have a powered sub or something similar for sale...

I appreciate the offer of the OEM sub, but I'm not sure it'd do what I want. Thanks, though?
 

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Since you have an RT, the simplest thing you could do would be to add a 6" Bazooka tube behind the driver's side rear seat. It'd add some needed low-end punch while being completely invisible. All you'd need to do would be to run power from the battery, a ground from the amp to a body bolt, a turn-on wire from a switched fuse and tap into the rear speaker leads for source. You could also very easily replace the OEM tweeters in the dash for upgraded high-end response. You would have less than $250 into the whole thing if you went that direction.
 

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Since you have an RT, the simplest thing you could do would be to add a 6" Bazooka tube behind the driver's side rear seat. It'd add some needed low-end punch while being completely invisible. All you'd need to do would be to run power from the battery, a ground from the amp to a body bolt, a turn-on wire from a switched fuse and tap into the rear speaker leads for source. You could also very easily replace the OEM tweeters in the dash for upgraded high-end response. You would have less than $250 into the whole thing if you went that direction.
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