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rear size

Discussion in 'Audio' started by Confederate9, Aug 28, 2000.

  1. Confederate9

    Confederate9 1/2 ton status

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    on a 85 k5 silverado, what size are the speakers in the rear? i need to replace mine and i dont know the size.

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  2. '73 K5

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    4x10's

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    Chevy good...Ford bad
     
  3. **b**

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    Pioneer makes decent 3way 4x10's
    thats what i have...
    run you around $100.00
     
  4. dawson444

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    I had circuit city put in some Polk 6x9s right behind the front seats which is beside the back seat where the ash trays are, and I had them disconnect the speakers in the back. They sound good. My 2 cents.

    Dawson
    88 K5
     
  5. Mud Bath

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    if you want better sound put in some 6X9's
     
  6. Has anyone cut the holes round and put in 10"s? How would you put in extra support?
     
  7. AntAZBlaz

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    putting a 10 inch woffer in place of those 4x10's would sould horrible the board that is used for the rear panels is not strong enough to support a decent 10" woofer.
    anthony
     
  8. Panther

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    I know you couldn't bolt the speaker right to the board/braces stock on the truck. Could you build a brace that bolts to the top rail of the truck to the floor?
     

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