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Old 03-22-2007, 02:31 AM   #1
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So over the last few years I have managed to put my self through boot camp and taught myself how to fiberglass. One project just turned in to another for my 92 ES and this is were im at, its pretty cool looken and one of a kind. Ready to do a new car.. I attempted to put 6 15s in the trunk once but my trany went out before I Finnisht, I have ben betting around the bush if I wont to do it agen or not. I made the things in the back window to salve a problem, I have four 15s and they move so much air they kept ripping the foam around my 6x9s into 2 lol by blowing them around. The new speakers sound great and now I got 2 big portholes from my trunk.

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Thats some nice setup yah got there. Very quality work indeed.
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Nice glass work, maybe you could give us a pic by pic mock up of how to do it and what to watch for.....love the kick panels
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That looks nice, where are you in Michigan??
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That is an awesome job! I really like the front dorrs. Do you have grilles to cover them so they dont get damaged? Also how did removing the rear 6x9s sound as far as the subs are concerned?
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That is an awesome job! I really like the front dorrs. Do you have grilles to cover them so they dont get damaged? Also how did removing the rear 6x9s sound as far as the subs are concerned?

Thanks for the compliments im from Fenton Michigan thatí* a little south of Flint. The front doors did have grilles to cover them so they donít get damaged but they rusted a little and I rilly just like the hole look of seeing the speaker its pretty tight looken. But I have caught a fue people holding the door open with there foot just about on the woofer. Removing the rear 6x9s gave more airflow from my trunk to the cab and defiantly maid a big difference for when I have all 4 of my 15s in the bonne.
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Sorry Im new hear wonít do it agen,
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That is awsome, very unique!!! I really like the tweeters in the front A-pillars. Is that done or are your going to do more?
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Oakley, welcome. Also, out of respect for the rest of us, if you could follow this general guideline for posting:
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