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tWiSteD
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tWiSteD May 14, 2:14am - #15554 

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Speaker installation question

I just bought a pair of 400 watt legacy 3 way speakers, and i was gonna replace my rears, so i take off the panel and there are these type screws that's head is just a small round circle. It isn't a phillips head type or a flat head...what the hell do i use to get the stock speakers off??

[Mad] confused [Mad]

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Jimbo May 14, 2:47am - #15555 
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Perhaps an allen wrench?
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Grand-Touring-Dan May 14, 2:49am - #15556 
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I think they are rivets. Supra celica is changing his speakers out right now. Send him a PM, he'll help you out.
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RicePowered May 14, 3:19am - #15557 
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It's called a pop-rivet ... you need to drill them out and then replace them with either screws or bolts.
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Grand-Touring-Dan May 14, 3:47am - #15558 
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Quote:
Originally posted by RicePowered:
It's called a pop-rivet ... you need to drill them out and then replace them with either screws or bolts.
Thats what I thought. Yeeaaa yeaaaa
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tWiSteD May 14, 11:59am - #15559 

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thanks a lot, i'll install them today and maybe take some pics and post em. thanks! thumbsup

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