Once I take out the back of the back seat, something for another project, I think I'll have a better chance of taking out the rear deck. How does that come out?
I'm trying out another cell phone camera. I think these pics worked out pretty well. Let me know what you think about the quality since I'm considering using the camera for my other threads that require pictures.
I had read here about others modifying the rear speaker covers, and now I'm doing my own little painting and adjustment. I promise no ricing (this time), relatively... The sun went down shortly after I sanded the covers, so cell phone pictures are coming tomorrow. Here'* one of the cover taken apart:
This is my little home I made in my trunk so I could crawl in there and run wires, mess with plastic push pins, and so on.
Now, I'm going to have some fun with BBCode. Click on the two pictures below to go to my speakers' manufacturer'* site.
I saw that the "weather stripping" of the speaker risers had fallen off and worn out over time, so I put on some new strips. Once I can take off the rear deck carpeting, I'll look at the metal and make some real harnesses for these. If my XTC foam baffles I ordered for these speakers can fit, I'll be one really happy dude. Here are some pictures of the speaker risers with new stripping.
One last thing - I noticed the cell phone has a delay on taking the picture, so I'm going to try the string and washer trick Moshi suggested in another thread. I rested the phone on a chair to take this picture:
Do you think that one came out a bit better than the others?