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Old 07-08-2004, 09:03 PM   #1
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i removed the front doors to install speakers, apparently the driver side one wa sin extra tight because instead of the border coming with the door panel, the panel just kinda ripped out form it'* stapels, i was hoping i could glue it back in with some kind of adhesive, anyone know of some clear adhesive that will work on metal, rubber, and leather and be strong enough to hold tight?
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i usually use a bit of hot melt glue....i work at a body shop///ive had a few of these door trims off....i have NEVER gotten one of these off without breaking the top strip! I was thinking of putting new speakers in my doors too...then i remember all my past experiences...decided to live with the front factory speakers...put in pioneer 6by9 4 ways in the back...i use the front for reinforcement...sounds good....
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i usually use a bit of hot melt glue....i work at a body shop///ive had a few of these door trims off....i have NEVER gotten one of these off without breaking the top strip! I was thinking of putting new speakers in my doors too...then i remember all my past experiences...decided to live with the front factory speakers...put in pioneer 6by9 4 ways in the back...i use the front for reinforcement...sounds good....
man you cant live the stock fronts, after the 3 hours it took to change out the fornt speakers, it was worth it, even the entry level $50 rockford fosgates i bought sound infinitly clearer than the stock sprks
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