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old school huh? Well those Kenwood subs are single voice coil so you can't bridge them to themselves like you can do with dual voice coil models. however, if you have two or more the speakers can be bridged to each other. You can wire them either in series or parallel. If you need instructions on how to do this just Google wiring two single voice coil subwoofers/speakers. There are plenty of detailed illustrations available on the web.
If you didn't purchase the radio new, then you probably don't have the pull tabs. New radios come with pull tabs. Basically they are designed to fit into both sides of the radio, just where the locks that keep the radio in the dash are. The old school method is the find the thinnest knives you can, one for each side. Remove the trim ring. Slide the knives (one on each side) inbetween the stereo and the metal mounting sleeve. You will need to keep both in place until your radio is about 1/2 way out. CAUTION, don't pushe the knives in too far, The locks are about 1 inch - 2 inches in.
I would get it. I like the fact that the control is old school $60 (none electronic). It has a old school defrost timer. Parts are reasonable timer $20 heater $30 terminator $20 bucks compressor $230 bucks. Looks like it uses R134A freon which is environmentally safe and available to anyone. Not bad at all compared to the crappy electronically controlled models of today. Today's electronically controlled ice boxs are subject to spike surge electrical storm damages etc. Even though this one could be hit by storms too, it is much less likely to happen and you don't have to be a rocket scientist to work on it. Looks like it might be a great investment.
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http://www.rockfordfosgate.com/rftech/woofer_wizard.asp?submitted=true&woofer_qty=1&woofer_imp=4 HERE IS HOW YOU HOOK UP 1 SPEAKER TO 1 CHANNELM DO THE SAM E TO THE OTHER CHANNEL. MAKE SURE AMP IS IN MONO MODE,YOU DONT WANT TO PLAY UR SUBS IN STEREO.AS FAR AS THE BOX DEPENDS ON VEHICLE AND HOW MUCN SPACE YOU HAVE .TELL WAT MODEL CAR AND ILL ET BACK TO YOU. I NEED A FIXYA RATING PLEASE