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Old 11-14-2006, 10:50 PM   #1  
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Question Replacing Stock Infinity

Im going to be putting an Alpine head in a 05-06 Dodge 1 ton with the stock infinity system in it. I was wondering what problems i might run into and also if ther is an easy way to keep the stock subs in the doors? Any help will be appreciated thanx.
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Not sure about the dodge truck, but I have a '04 300M that had the Infinity 9 speaker, amplified set up. No real issues, except that the speakers are 2ohm. If you're using the deck to power the stock speakers, you may have a problem, as most decks are rated for 4 ohm speakers. If you're using amps, or changing speakers, you should be fine.
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