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Re: Options for locating radio speakers [Re: raleigh58] #1316080 Sun Jun 30 2019 08:48 AM
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I've seen some deals where people build a panel that go around the vent opening, put speakers down there, next to the vent opening... using fiberboard, fiberglass... the cover with interior matching material.

-Woog

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Re: Options for locating radio speakers [Re: raleigh58] #1317784 Mon Jul 15 2019 02:41 PM
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The PO cut holes in the doors of my truck. I said to myself shortly after buying the truck "Next project is to put new interior panels on the doors" That was probably 25 years ago. Still have the replacement panels in my shop. Maybe I should sell them. Decided later to just use them holes with new speakers. Love the music.


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