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Hi
I'm putting a full system in my friends 1998 Dodge Ram. My questions is, does anyone know how to remove the front door panels or how to get to the speakers?
any help is greatly appreaciated
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2 screws in the handle, 1 near the mirror mount, then a ton of crappy pull out clips if I remember correctly.
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One last question.. Do you know what size speakers are in the front doors? I think they are 6x9s but I'm not sure.
thanks for the help
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Yes. It has 6x9s in the front doors
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alright sounds good... I'm doing a full system so thanks for all the help... Here is the system I'm putting in if anyone is wondering:
Boston S95 6x9s in the front doors
Kenwood KDC-MP5028 CD player
Kenwood KAC-8452 4 channel amp
JL Audio 12 W3v2
various Stinger wiring
I might post pictures later
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Any chance we can talk you into doing oversize 6.5" components in his front doors? There is more than enough room to do so with a simple mounting template.
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Yes, go with 6.5's up front.  You'll see how most decent 6 x 9's won't fit anyway because of how the baskets are.
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