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Old 11-02-2011, 07:46 AM
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Speaker question

Will 6x9 fit in my front doors. Truck is 2005 f250 harley ccsb


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Old 11-02-2011, 01:08 PM
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Yes but it will take work. I remember seeing someone who did this switching the window motors r to l and l to r. Not worth it to me when a 6.5 or 6x8 will work.
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I know this thread is a bit old...but i wanted to clarify. I just installed 6x9's all the way around. Of course you have to cut it a little bigger (i used a jigsaw and tin snips). I did not have to move the motors or tracks or anything with the window. My speakers (Boston acoustics se953), did not hit them. They have a mounting depth of 3.19. But i do not see them going any deeper than that, i would say thats about the limit. My speaker grills are the door panels are a little bulged out, but nothing that I cant deal with. The panels still buttoned up fine.
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