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Speaker Spacers #115679 Mar 2, 12:07pm Mar 2, 12:07pm
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Veronica OP
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Speaker Spacers
Does anyone know of a good place online to buy speaker spacers for my rears? I have looked without much luck. Also, does anyone make a spacer specifically for toyota's shallow mounting depth? I thought I had heard that somewhere...

Re: Speaker Spacers [Re: Veronica] #115680 Mar 2, 12:27pm Mar 2, 12:27pm
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i made my own... for the front atleast, just got my rear speakers, so ill be making some for them soon.

good luck! thumbsup

Re: Speaker Spacers [Re: Veronica] #115681 Mar 2, 12:29pm Mar 2, 12:29pm
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yea just make ur own...i dont' think they make anything

Re: Speaker Spacers [Re: Veronica] #115682 Mar 2, 1:24pm Mar 2, 1:24pm
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I know this is probably a stupid question, but how do you make them?

So far I have only found these (10mm)
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and these: (1/4" and 1/8")
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I believe my top mounting depth is 1-7/8" and the speakers I want are around 2-13/16" (JL XR)

Re: Speaker Spacers [Re: Veronica] #115683 Mar 2, 2:35pm Mar 2, 2:35pm
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Jigsaw or a router will do you good. All you have to do is draw out the size you need and go for it. I would suggest making sure you'll enough clearance to put the grill or panel on over them though. If you space out the speaker another 3/4" the panel might not fit back on...

Re: Speaker Spacers [Re: Veronica] #115684 Mar 2, 2:41pm Mar 2, 2:41pm
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I made mine out of some 3/4" MDF and a dremel. Just trace the shape and mounting holes from the original bracket to the wood and cut it out.

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Re: Speaker Spacers [Re: Veronica] #115685 Mar 2, 3:15pm Mar 2, 3:15pm
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Cool...thanks thumbsup

Re: Speaker Spacers [Re: Veronica] #115686 Mar 2, 7:18pm Mar 2, 7:18pm
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i got the XRs as well. the pic is for the front speakers... two inches thick except for the bottom screw part where it is one inch. painted black, just incase.

about to start on the rear speaker adapters...
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Re: Speaker Spacers [Re: mukalicious] #115687 Mar 2, 7:59pm Mar 2, 7:59pm
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