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what size are 99 interior speakers?

can anyone help me out with this? i wanna redo my front and back speakers cause the stock or whatever came with my truck SUCK lol.. what size are they and are they hard to do? just cut the pos neg and rewire with nuts right?


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can anyone help me out with this? i wanna redo my front and back speakers cause the stock or whatever came with my truck SUCK lol.. what size are they and are they hard to do? just cut the pos neg and rewire with nuts right?


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Iirc its 5x7 stock.

You can modify the doors to get 6x9 to fit

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Iirc its 5x7 stock.

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by modify u mean what? cutting or something? please explain.. front and rear are 5x7?
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by modify u mean what? cutting or something? please explain.. front and rear are 5x7?

factory are 5x7, they make 6x8 drop in for ford vehicles though(what i have now in mine from pioneer) ,

6x9 i think you just have to open the hole a bit with a dremal and re-drill the mounting holes, but just watch the depth on them,


and i did my speaker install a little different this time, i desoldered the factory plug from the old factory speakers and soldered them to my pioneers, making them a factory plug and play(i hate cutting the factory harness unless i have to)

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my rear speakers are 6x8. pioneers that fit perfect and sound good. i just had to cut the factory plug and hook up the wires to the new speakers. it was simple.

not sure on the fronts because they came as pioneers when i bought the truck.
they should be 6x8s though.

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You can buy plug adapters that plug into the stock plug and have the speaker pigtails on the other end from
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they are 6x8 stock. its a ford speaker size reference.

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