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Alrighty well I am thinking of ideas on what to do for some sound. I'm not looking for something to shake the ground but something to add some bass. I was looking into getting one 10" sub. What are your thoughts?
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Im trying to keep this on a low budget. I know the more you spend the better most of the time but yall think I would be disappointed?

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If you're only gonna run one sub I would get one in the 450-600watt range. One that will produce a competitive amount of bass. I prefer RF amps/subs and Memphis components. Im not familiar with available prebuilt boxes for a superduty but I think JL makes ones that holds one 12". That would certainly provide enough bass.

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