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Old 03-09-2016, 09:31 PM   #1
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I have searched for an answer and not found what I'm looking for. I just ordered a set of JBL components the question is where to mount the crossovers? I will not be running an amp at first. Any help will be appreciated
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I've seen a lot of people mount them in the door or door panel. It seems like the most convenient place to mount them to me, but you can always try to youtube or google tutorials about where others mount them.
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I have searched for an answer and not found what I'm looking for. I just ordered a set of JBL components the question is where to mount the crossovers? I will not be running an amp at first. Any help will be appreciated
If you have power windows, it will fit down under that area. I thought I had a pic, but don't see it. If you have the same JBL components that I have, you're fine.
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I have mine below the window switches. If I ever need to get to them all I have to do is pop the switches up.

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If you have power windows, it will fit down under that area. I thought I had a pic, but don't see it. If you have the same JBL components that I have, you're fine.
How did you mount them in there?
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Got these bad boys in today. I will probably be installing them next week

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How did you mount them in there?
They sit down in a little spot, can't really move. You'll see what I mean when you tear into it.
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They sit down in a little spot, can't really move. You'll see what I mean when you tear into it.
Thanks bro it'll probably be next week before I can get around to it.
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