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Posted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 1:09 am 
Getting Side Ways
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daquilina wrote:
ey guys, i installed the speakers in the rear, what i did is that i mounted them in factory position and just screwed self-tape screws into the carpet,made sure the screws were short so they wouldnt pearce out the other side of carpet. It works great and now there is less rattling noises from boot,bcoz speakers are mounted on the carpet:)

Let me get this right, you have your speakers held in your car attached only to the carpet??????

Don't you think it would be better to screw them in properly, like into the metal shelf????



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Posted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 4:05 am 
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yeh there screwed into the carpet, its a perfect fit it dosnt even need to be screwed in because they dont move at all,(unless the car was turned upside down) but i just screwed them in.
Yeh i was going to put them under the carpet, and attach to metal, but they wouldnt fit in the factory hole, theres to much width in the speaker.
Posted: Sun Jun 15, 2008 10:47 pm 
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OZBMX wrote:
Try and test fit them first, some 6.5s fit in the 6" holes, just depends on how they take there measurements etc, like I have a set of jvc 6.5s in the doors, that just bolted straight in.

what this guy said. i had kenwood 6" speakers in the door of my EF and they fit perfectly, followed by 6.5" alpine splits. fit perfectly expect for the magnet being too deep! :lol:

so yes, sometimes they measure differently



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