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i just bought my first truck, its a 2008 Chevy Silverado LT1, i would like to keep it as stock as possible, i want to find out the easiest and cheapest (but quality sounding) way to keep the stock radio and hook it up to a subwoofer and amp that will fit under the rear seats (its an extended cab) i want a clean OEM looking install and im pretty good with car audio, just its easier in a trunk than a cab under a seat haha
 

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I highly recommend Crutchfield.com they aren't always the cheapest(not overly expensive either) but they always include all necessary adapters and instructions with the cost. their webpage tells you what fits perfectly and what requires modification to your specific vehicle type...I would also check in with your local car stereo shops to see what is trending in your area for your vehicle..
 

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you can use a PAC AOEM-1416 that connects to the factory wires and gives you rca's out for the sub , no wires to cut and keeps everything orig
 
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