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6X9 Fit in ????

Discussion in 'Explorer Audio & Navigation' started by Agent 86, December 12, 2004.

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    1. Agent 86

      Agent 86 New Member

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      I have a pair of pioneer 6X9's kickin around. Can I massage these into the rear speaker enclosure ??
      Thanks in advance :thumbsup:
       
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      its been done...but not easy...i had this idea once, and after taking the door panel off..i gave up....
       
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      In a sport it should be easier I would think. They're just two doors and the speaker brackets in my sport could probably be modified to fit 'em so I don't see why you couldn't do it if you have the patience. I could see why it would be harder on a four door.
       
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      You may just need to space them out from the mounting surface a little.
       
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      Thanks everyone :thumbsup:
      I'm thinking since there is no window hardware that I should be able to just enlarge the opening and make new screw holes. I haven't pulled the panel yet,so I thought I would ask.
      Cheers !!
       
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      Pain in the butt in my opinion. Let us know how it goes though, with pics.
       

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