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Replacing speakers, what size?

Hey guys wanting to replace my stock speakers in my regular cab, anyone know what size they are 5.25 or 6.5? Thanks!
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Front 6.5 rear 5x7

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Are the extended cab rears 5x7 as well?
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Yes they are

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i just changed all my speakers in my ext cab. i believe the fronts were actually 6'' and the back were 6x8 but that was with premium sound, not sure if that changes anything.
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Is there such a thing as 6x8? In any event, they sure don't stamp the cab differently based on radio options; it must be set up to take multiple sizes.
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6x8 are definitly out there. I know for a fact 6.5" didn't fit in my front doors. As I originally brought 6.5 and they didn't fit.
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Well ur truck is weird^ i literally just put my speakers in last week 6.5 in the front and 5x7 in the rear. 6x8 are a oddball 6x9 should be fine they are bigger thsn what came but stock size are 6.5 and 5x7

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Oh maybe they were 6x9s. But I know the front were 6".
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That's why I asked if there was such a thing as 6x8. 6x9 has been around since the days when disco sucked; the were the standard sedan rear shelf size for decades. But the screw hole spacing is different from 5x7, IIRC. Don't see how they'd interchange.

Edit - well I'll be dipped! Go to Crutchfield and plug in our gen of truck, and there are several 5x7 AND 6x8 (yes, 6x8) speakers for the rear. Look closely at the mounting holes and you'll see how they do it. Fronts were all 6.5"; there are probably some 6" speakers with extended flanges that fit vehicles that take 6.5s.
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