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    guys ive just ordered a set of 6x9's and i have a FLi amp im gona rig it too.
    does any one fancy giving me a hand fitting them to the rear shelf? this includes cutting etc as i dont have much tools etc..

    Any one? im in the hamilton area.

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    Have you thought about a stealth shelf mate. They'll sound so much better with a solid baffle.

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    i cant do that myself mate.. i will be giving the car back in june so dont wanna alter it much..

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    Quote Originally Posted by twaiter View Post
    i cant do that myself mate.. i will be giving the car back in june so dont wanna alter it much..
    Perfect then. Your going to have to cut the one thats fitted. With a stealth you can just take it out and fit the stock shelf.

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    i dont have a jigsaw which is the problem, nor a garage or platform to do the cutting with..
    Unless someone kind is willing to do it with me i dont think i can afford to go down that option..
    perhaps i've been stupid buying these spaekers cause its such a hassle to fit them.
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    so no one?

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    see if you dont want to cut the shelf what about them?

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/PAIR-6-X-9-x-2...item2557d832eb

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    Or just return the 6x9's and uprate the original door speakers

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    the speaker enclosures look great i just dont know if they would fit on the shelf..

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    Quote Originally Posted by twaiter View Post
    the speaker enclosures look great i just dont know if they would fit on the shelf..
    No mate you mount them on the boot floor.

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