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You are going to have to do some hacking to get it in the door I'm guessing.
Now you may be able to make yourself a frame template that you screw to the door and then screw the speaker into the template. The thickness of it is determined by how far do you need to come up off of door to have magnet clear glass.
There is some leeway in how far the speaker mounts away from door but it will eventually hit the door panels.
One big tip as far as I am concerned: Get yourself speaker baskets for all of them. These are foam rubber baskets that you put in the hole and then the speaker goes into these. They will help with midrange frequencies (voice/ mids) and they keep the moisture out of the speakers.
Most people think it's dry inside the door but let me tell you: it Ain't dry. They are very inexpensive $8.00 or somewhere in there.
You get the 6x9's to fit and they should sound very nice, a bigger sound then the smaller 5x7 ..
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