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Old 02-27-2003, 05:15 PM   #1
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Default New home for 6x9'*

I was wondering if anyone has ever move the rear deck 6x9'* to the door
When the 15in JL hits the 6x9'* are shaking and i want to move them to the rear door but i need suggestions or some info
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I'd suggest drilling into that rear deck, placing some type of rubber or perhaps Dynomat between the 6x9'* and the actual metal deck. Bolt them in there..don't use those plastic clips.
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