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    Jr. Apprentice
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    Default What do you guys think about the LMC truck speaker headliner

    I just want to know if i should get it or not thanks
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    The speakers are cheap not worth it and no room for a better speaker You can build a better box behind the seat for better sound..and maybe some Kick panels..
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    Jr. Apprentice
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    Jackson new jersey


    Ok thanks.

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    Hi, I agree with Mr. Avalanche. If you want speakers, the best places are in the OEM locations or you can modify the panels for larger speakers, or you can add a sub woofer box somewhere behind the front seat or under your rear seat if you have an extended cab. Lots of options besides the headliner. I also don't feel the point source sound from that location is very good.

    I looked at that head liner. I recently reupholstered mine and I can tell you that they are not held in by very much. I added a bit of 3M velcro to hold it in place. Mostly it is held up by just the perimeter interior trim panels that abut the headliner, and in the front some adhesive two sided tape squares near the center.

    If you add any extra weight to the headliner you run the risk that in hot weather it will just sag and maybe come loose completely at one side.
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