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perfect. I will just order that. might need some help on wireing that up. what gauge of power wire would you use, 4 or 8?It's either a dual 4 ohm or dual 2 ohm sub. I'll have to pull it out to tell. I can do that this afternoon. That amp isnt marine grade, that'd be my only gripe; though at it's cost you could replace one every other year and do that for several years and not be out of pocket as much as some name brand marine grade amps are. If keeping the 1 original sub with no upgrades or additions I would probably use this amp in my setup. Rockville DBM25 1400 Watt 2 Channel Marine/Boat Amplifier Amp w/Silicone Covers