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5 stage band pass sub box, 1 sub stolen, box built to spec subs

I had a very exp. comp. spec. box built for 2 older rockford power 12" subs the chrome donut magnet model. This box was specd for these subs 1 got stole, can I somehow match a new comp. sub to this box design and spec or do I need to find one of these subs to replace missing one. or can you cut the mirror image band pass box in half and wall it up to make a single spkr box?

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I would try walling it up unless you are going to buy 2 brand new subs. the problem is the older power subs had such small magnets so they needed alot less air space inside the box. Unless you can find the EXACT subs this box was made for I would recommend chopping it and doing a single sub. if you try a replacement sub go with the 12" P1 series they are a close match for the power 12's of the past.

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