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Old 04-14-2015, 01:59 AM
Mopard Mopard is offline
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Default Rear speaker mounting in stock location

I need to know how i can mount 6x9 speakers in the rear of my 69 Charger? I looked up from the trunk but dont see any holes to mount it as if i remember correctly that some cars alread have holes to mount the speakers.
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Old 06-14-2015, 04:31 PM
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If you can find a similar car ask to measure the rear deck so you know the location. Most of the better speaker kits have templates so you'll know what to opening shape and you'll be set. I know my old Coronet 440 had the opening in the rear deck steel but not in the cover. I had the upholstery guy make a roll pleated cover so the Kenwood speakers looked as good as they sounded.
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