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Old 01-12-2009, 01:58 AM   #1
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I have an 02 F-150 Fx4. Does anyone know the stock speaker size. 6x9 or what. I know I can pull the door panel off but I was trying to prevent that until I got the speakers.

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6x8s, odd size and not too many choices unless you want to do some cutting. Check with www.crutchfield.com
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I have always liked the sound of Kenwood 6X8's.
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Im doing the same thing, (maybe this is a stupid question) but is the back speaker size the same as the front? I have a 2005 F150 Ext Cab. Trying to replace mine as well.
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Im doing the same thing, (maybe this is a stupid question) but is the back speaker size the same as the front? I have a 2005 F150 Ext Cab. Trying to replace mine as well.
Use the Crutchfield link torkum posted. You can put in your vehicle and it will tell you what fits.
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the front and back should be the same they are in my 2000 lariat
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Ok, so i am now looking into the 6x8 speakers. Id like to find some 4-way, at least 80 watts (RMS) each.. is that possible?
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I thought that 5x7 were standard on Ford I know my 96 mustang had them and. My 99 f150 too.
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I thought that 5x7 were standard on Ford I know my 96 mustang had them and. My 99 f150 too.
maybe they changed turn of the century? my 97's certainly dont look like 6 x anything
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infinity kappas 6x8/5x7 they are nice 100w rms each
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