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Old 04-23-2007, 04:38 PM   #1
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I have a 92 SE, with 4X6 plated infront doors,they suck replaced them they suck. Has anybody cut arounf the hole and installed 6 1/2 in there place, I am some what experianced with fiber glass and can do it I am just seeing and looking for some ideas/help here, and it almost a last resort to do it, but want clear music. Mike


Also I have one 12 which will be getting 1500-2000 watts no problems , so I am after clear spund of front not mainly bass from doors.
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you want a easy fix....

go to the junkyard and get the lower part of the door panels that have the the 5.25'* and the tweeters from the factory....that part screws into the door panel....Poof, you got better speakers
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you want a easy fix....

go to the junkyard and get the lower part of the door panels that have the the 5.25'* and the tweeters from the factory....that part screws into the door panel....Poof, you got better speakers
When I replaced the plates I thought of that, I did not see it that easy, but I have been wrong, anyone done this...?
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When I had my 94 Ei heres what i did to install the 6.5'*

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...27&highlight=A
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When I had my 94 Ei heres what i did to install the 6.5'*

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...27&highlight=A
Thanks pan on installing sub and both amp this weekend, will have some pics at some time on them installed. Mike
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