Originally Posted by Ryan
I would've glassed it, not that difficult, I kinda enjoy it. But to each their own, eh? It doesn't look bad and I bet it sounds great (what kind of speakers are they, btw?)
I hate working with Epoxy and glass. Besides, after the cut, a couple of the original speaker mounts were gone. I just wanted a simple custom job. The speakers are Polk audio DB.
I have the matching 6x9'* in the rear
As far as the soldering skills, it was a little hard to do. I had trouble holding eveything while trying to solder. If I did it on my kitchen table (Impossible) or had an extra pair of hands, It probably would have come out allot better. Its covered with tape now so its hidden
As far as behind the stock grills, it can be done, but if its on the panel where the speaker originally mounts to then glass would have to be used, if its on the door behind the panel, then the door panel needs to be modified to hold it.
The passenger door is next.
I just want to get it done because then the Sub and Sub amp goes in