MTI Acoustics Stage 2 GM Crew Cab Dual Subwoofer Underseat Enclosure

MTI Acoustics Stage 2 GM Crew Cab Dual Subwoofer Underseat Enclosure

This MTI Acoustics Stage 2 factory finish GM under-seat subwoofer enclosure for GM crew cab trucks are designed for Chevrolet and GMC model crew cab trucks from 2007-2019. All these enclosures are finished in factory matched leather and stitching with vehicle specific trim badging and plexiglass inlays or the perfect fit for todays high end trucks. Fits two slim line woofers 10, 12, and 13" woofers up to 3.99" deep.

Trim packages covers are Silverado, Chevy Bowtie, Sierra, Denali, Z71, GMC and High Country.

MSRP

  • $799.99

For more information, visit www.mtiacoustics.com.

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