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Old 05-29-2012, 12:11 AM   #1
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I have a 2008 ford f150 xlt supercrew and I just blew 2 of the door speakers one in the front and one in the back, anyone know what size the speakers are? so I don't have to take the door panels off to see and so I can just go buy replacements now
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All the door speakers are 6x8
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I have a set of Alpine 6x9s sitting in the box brand new i got as a gift for my old pickup. Is there anyway to make these fit an 04 FX4 SCrew?
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They are 5x7 which a audio place will tell u 6x8 is gonna hold a 5x7.....anyways yes you just have to cut a little
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They are 5x7 which a audio place will tell u 6x8 is gonna hold a 5x7.....anyways yes you just have to cut a little
So your saying the hole mounts will line up, i'll just have to trim a little so that the speaker will fit into the opening?
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6x8 - I just swaped the stock speakers in my '07 screw for a set of pioneer TS-A6874R 3-ways. Sound great!
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I have a set of Alpine 6x9s sitting in the box brand new i got as a gift for my old pickup. Is there anyway to make these fit an 04 FX4 SCrew?
You can make a 10" woofer fit in the doors if you really wanted too. But yes they will fit with metal trimming. But not plug and play.
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Thanks guys now I can go get some replacements!!
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