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    Jr. Apprentice
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    Default 1995 ext cab 1500 rear speakers

    is anyone know how to get the rear speakers out, i pull the screws out the top of the side panle but it would not come off, how do i get it off?

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    lol. In my truck i had to take out the rear seat, pull the seat belts off, take off the bottom panel, then remove the panel below the rear window then remove the top panel that goes over the speakers.
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    also when removing the panel from below the rear window be very carful ive heard most people break the clips and they cant be replaced. I somehow didnt break any of them luckily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snyder729 View Post
    lol. In my truck i had to take out the rear seat, pull the seat belts off, take off the bottom panel, then remove the panel below the rear window then remove the top panel that goes over the speakers.
    This would be the way... It's a pain when all the panels interlock to make it a PITA for ya...

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    I had heard about this nightmare also just prior to my '94 Silverado EXT sound system upgrade.

    So I purchased Pyramid front and rear speakers, along with an AMP and JL custom sub enclosure off eBay.

    Went to Best buy, purchased a Pioneer Supertuner III and had them install the whole shabang. And they were able to install the rear speakers without cracking any of the fasteners.

    Well worth the cost. Sounds fantastic.
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