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Old 05-06-2010, 11:00 PM   #1
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I'm wanting to put new speakers in my bonne but I don't know what size is in there now. It appears I have a midrange and a tweeter in each door are they 5.25'*? How easily can I install 6.5'* because I'd rather have that.

It also appears that I have 6x9'* and a tweeter for each of those on the back. Everything is factory. So wouldn't that add up to 8 speakers total? My HU says 4x 54w so will this not work? Also the stock stereo has the equalizer if that helps


This is a great site. I hope you can help me
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Welcome to the forum! You should go say hello under Introductions.

The midranges are 5", the rears are 6"x9", and I believe the door tweeters are 2". As far as I know, there are no tweeters in the back, which would leave you with a six-speaker system.

(Of course, I have a 1997. Yours may be different. Put your year, make, and model in your signature so we can better help you out.)
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Great thanks! How hard would it
be to change the
mids to 6.5
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Can't say I've tried that one. But you'd have to do some drilling through the door to enlarge the hole, or rig a custom mount on the inside.
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How sure are you that 5.25" speakers will fit because I've checked best buy and they say infinity 5.25'* wont fit. It'* these to be exact.. http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Infinity...&skuId=9896854

crutchfield, as unreliable as they are, however say that it does have 5.25'*

No offense, just checking you know before I buy something and take the panels off to realize that its 4 x 6
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