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spaztikid Sep 13, 11:50pm - #44578 
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Speakers

our rear speakers are 6.5 inch arent they? do you have to buy the speaker mounts or can circuit city find a way to install them?
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Mp3Supply Sep 14, 12:15am - #44579 

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i think they have to be custom made, atleaset that is what my audio shop did. the fabercated( i cant spell ) crythem. .

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Mp3Supply Sep 14, 12:16am - #44580 

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because the stock speakers are mounted into a plastic piece, and you have to 'make' somthing to fill the area. . . no digital camera with me so i can't take a pic of the stock speaker

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Spread Eagle Sep 14, 12:34am - #44581 

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Read this topic. You can use the original mount for aftermarket speakers, both front and rear. See picture of mine rear install


https://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/thread.f_160586_1_collapsed_5__1.html


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KDawg Sep 14, 1:26am - #44582 
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It's actually very easy to make new mounts, all you need is a couple square feet of 1/2" Medium Density Fiberboard, a saw, a pencil and a drill. Just trace out your old mounts on the MDF, saw them out and drill exactly where the old holes were on your old mounts. It's as simple as that.
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codealiasJD Sep 14, 3:12am - #44583 
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Originally Posted by KDawg
It's actually very easy to make new mounts, all you need is a couple square feet of 1/2" Medium Density Fiberboard, a saw, a pencil and a drill. Just trace out your old mounts on the MDF, saw them out and drill exactly where the old holes were on your old mounts. It's as simple as that.


yup. AND you get to tell ppl that you custom made them grin grin
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spaztikid Sep 14, 6:41am - #44584 
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thanks you people...they are 6.5's all around right?
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codealiasJD Sep 14, 11:50am - #44585 
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as far as i heard/read yes. But i haven't changed mine yet so i don't know firsthand
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Mp3Supply Sep 14, 4:01pm - #44586 

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6.5 all around smile

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spaztikid Sep 14, 5:27pm - #44587 
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sweet thanks thumbsup
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MxReb0 Sep 14, 7:37pm - #44588 

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Take plenty of pics as you do it!

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