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a_colo_native

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I used 2 marine grade 4" round spaekaers mounted in the holes below
the doors (place them so the drain holes are not above the spaeker or
fill one hole with a rubber plug). They have worked well for 5+ years.
Out of the way, and subtle. If you have aftermarket rubber trim, all
you have to do is cut a 4" hole in the rubber and your done. No damage
to original interior or big un-sightly boxes in the way.

John "Mt. Dora bound!" Bevins
 
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a_colo_native

Guest
I used 2 marine grade 4" round spaekaers mounted in the holes below
the doors (place them so the drain holes are not above the spaeker or
fill one hole with a rubber plug). They have worked well for 5+ years.
Out of the way, and subtle. If you have aftermarket rubber trim, all
you have to do is cut a 4" hole in the rubber and your done. No damage
to original interior or big un-sightly boxes in the way.

John "Mt. Dora bound!" Bevins
 

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