you think that huh? If you've been doing "it" ,assumming installs, a long time, then you would know how to do these. Everytime we had to do rear speakers at the dealership for the OBS trucks we ordered a new panel and scheduled it for the paint booth to get it color matched to the rest of the interior. With that being said, you can do it, but its a royal pain. In order to do it you have to take out the panel under the rear window. I think you have to take it out from the bottom first and then push it up so the top clips come out and it might have some screws behind it that hold the side panels. Take out all the seatbelt stuff, along with the sill panels. After all that take the side panels out from the bottom so they can slide out from underneath the top panel. The top panel has some screws and clips that hold it in, but they are behind the side panels so..... and have a hotglue gun ready to redo all those little clips you WILL BREAK. Its been like 5 years since I had to do one so I might not be 100% but Ill be close.5.3vortec said:I think he is full of shit myself, I have never seen a panel that would not come of some way or another and I have been doing it for a long time.
If you already have the 4x6, you could mount those there, don't have to use 4x10s obviously. I've never really cared much for 4x10s myself as I heard the more you get away from round (this was before square woofers, traingular) the less bass responsce you got. Some old GM cars you had to use a 4x10 in the back though, the rear deck was VERY shallow. But all in in these 4x10s sound pretty good.xtreme93fullsize said:I like bills idea, I dont really use those side compartments anyways. . . Thanks for all the help guys
I have those in my 93 also, they sound way better than the 2-ways I had in there before. You got the new 4-channel, you mean the 4004 or was it a different one not from BB?xtreme93fullsize said:got new 3 ways and put them in the front.........600wt punch series,