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  1. #11

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    yea looks like the speaker size that i cut out for my 6x9s. you just half to measure and check then man up and cut into your baby

  2. #12

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    yeah, but i dont want to buy them if they wont fit, do you know if dodge 6x9's in the front doors of a ram have screw mounts? so i can get those in temporarily, then later get good 6x9's?

  3. #13

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    i have no clue dude lol.if you want i will measure my other 2 6x9s and give you some kinda demension

  4. #14

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    ok, that would be great, i measured for a rectangle and it would fir with room to spare

  5. #15

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    I might have to try this... I just need a tutorial on how to wire the speakers :D
    2000 GMC Sierra Ext. Cab 5.3L

  6. #16

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    its just 2 wires dude pretty simple i dont think there is a wrong way. anyway the dimensions of my 6x9s are 2 1/2 deep 5 1/2 wide x 7 1/2 long remember those are the widest and longest points it is a oval shape!

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    wow thats crazy. Is there anyway you can buy an aftermarket speaker that would fit in instead of having to cut?


    2001 Sierra 4x4 V8 4.8L - Daily Driver
    2004 Mustang SVT Cobra 450rwhp 472rwtq - summer toy

  8. #18

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    yea they make after market speakers that will fit they are just small and dont sound good to me so i modded my stuff
    06 silverado

  9. #19

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    My truck has bose and im debating if it'd be worth replacing speakers???

    '04 Chevy 1500 Ext. Cab 4x4
    265/75-16 Sport King A/T

  10. #20

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    Nice work. We use to do it and actually put in proper component sets. We'd just make a template out of 1/4 MDF for whatever speakers we wanted and then cut the two individual holes for the mid & tweeter. You then get the added benifit of a proper x-over on your speakers and in turn get better sound quality.

    Very good "how to". You can apply it to dropping in which ever speaker type you like with the same basic process.

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