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06-19-2004, 07:39 PM
I have a pair of Kenwood KFC-S166 2-way 6.5" speakers that have been lying around for a year. Since they wouldn't fit in my Jeep that I recently sold, I just kept them and would like to install them in the front door of my 2000 GMC Sierra. Do I really need the adapter kit from Crutchfield, or is it simple to take out the factory speakers and install these? If it's a pain in the ass to install these without the adapters, I'd rather not do it until I get the adapters. But if it's pretty straightforward, I'll just hook them up as is. Any info is greatly appreciated.
06-19-2004, 11:02 PM
i am thinking that all you will need to do is drill new mounting holes for the new speekers. That is all i had to do for my cdt's in my 01.
06-20-2004, 12:30 AM
I'm assuming you meant speaker mounting adapters and not wire adapters. Like Dubboy says, very simple to drill a few holes and use sheet metal screws or some other type of screws with locking plates.
06-20-2004, 01:44 AM
i am thinking that all you will need to do is drill new mounting holes for the new speekers.
:word: And you dont need any adapters of any kind that I know of.
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