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Kliff
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Kliff Mar 9, 9:14pm - #120701 
2001 Spectra Mica Blue Toyota Celica
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2001 Toyota Celica

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speaker grill problem

i bought a used 01 spectra mica blue gts and just got a system installed in it. only problem was that the asshole (he was such a ricer) probably bought the wrong sized speakers and instead of putting them behind the door, he just slapped them on entirely to the door itself, cutting holes into the stock grill. since i've had the car, i've replaced the speakers, but am now left with some gay ass cut out speaker grills, and i don't want to get replacement door covers just because of them. any idea how i can make a makeshift grill for them (fronts and rears)? i'd really appreciate the help. do you think i should remove what's left of the grill and try to construct a new one? i was thinking about maybe attaching a larger cover grill to the front screw that in, so cover the grotesque holes left behind.
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xmangt1
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xmangt1 Mar 9, 9:21pm - #120702 

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That's a good one. Gonna have to get creative here.
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Kliff
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Kliff Mar 9, 9:28pm - #120703 
2001 Spectra Mica Blue Toyota Celica
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yea, tell me about it. i invested almost 2k in my system just so i can have these retarded holes in my doors. i'll post pics tomorrow when i get a chance.
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xmangt1 Mar 9, 9:33pm - #120704 

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I'd replace the door covers. Some Celi's get parted out around here. Put up some pics-we may be able to do something
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