where to put my 6x9's

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where to put my 6x9's

Post by steble » Mon Feb 25, 2013 10:10 pm

hey guys,

i've got an awesome pair of 6 x 9's i've had them for years and never owned a better set of speakers. they maybe a big chunky and now look rather tatty as the have no covers left but they have such good sound quality and power behind them i don't care :)

i was thinking of getting some 6 x 9 boxes and putting them in the boot with my sub as they will be connected to the amp anyway, what you think guys?

any other ideas? obviously cut parcel shelf but i don't really want to



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Re: where to put my 6x9's

Post by Mr Funk » Tue Feb 26, 2013 6:55 am

The best place would be the bin but......

The only decent option is the parcel shelf. If you don't want to cut it either get yourself a spare and reinforce it or build yourself one. Depending on where you are in the country ill gladly help, I should be able to build one fairly easily but my car doesn't have the supports anymore so the sizes will be right out.


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Re: where to put my 6x9's

Post by steble » Tue Feb 26, 2013 8:29 am

haha not putting these in the bin they cost £300 lol hence them being so good.

but i may put them in one of the other cars instead, just not sure the will fit anything else either :s

thanks for the offer bud, but if i go for making a parcel shelf i got it covered so no need :)



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Re: where to put my 6x9's

Post by fonzooorooo » Tue Feb 26, 2013 9:22 pm

+1 on make a shelf. You could wangle them into some rear doorcards (again, they'd be a building job) but the shelf'd certainly be the easy way.