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Old 10-23-2011, 07:13 PM
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Will mustang speakers work in our trucks?

I'd really like to buy a shaker 1000 set up from an 07-08 mustang and put it in my Super duty. It should be pretty simple right?
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Old 10-25-2011, 07:14 PM
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You would need head unit all the amps and wiring. You will have to do some soul searching to figure out the wiring from our factory harness. The door speakers and rear deck ones will work but you would have to fab something for the door subs, and not sure where you would mount trunk sub box. I had to do some reconfiguring of the stock harness in my 06 Mustang to get the system to work with the AVIC Z1
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I put a shaker 500 in my truck a few years ago, I just wanted a multi disk player and something that could play mp3's. I also added an amp and changed the speakers. All the connections worked, and I still have the steering controls. The only thing that didn't mount properly was the radio, I had to the change the mount points, but it will work.
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