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    Has anyone found a suitable place to mount crossovers in the front doors

    Cheers Ian
    Last edited by Ian S100; 23rd June 2007 at 18:48.

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    I had mine put next to the door/mirror moduals



    It's Mustang time...

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    The crossovers for my Kicker Fronts were far to big for that neat though it looks. They are about 6 inches in diameter and about 2 inches thick. Put then very low down far front of the door insides. Below and forward of the speaker itself. Wrapped in bubble wrap to keep any water out (you never know) I was lazy and did not screw them down, however there is so little room in there now they will never move.
    Apparently they have little lights in them to protect the drivers when idiots overdrive them, Ah all the old tricks just like Bose and a host of other speaker manufacturers, however I do not need more idiot lights on display so hidden suits me.

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    there is a load of places to put them
    if there are large the best place is on the door card in by the arm rest bit you just need to pull the the stuff they stick to the door card

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    I did the same as IBarfoot just put them in the bottom of the door and used a hot glue gun to stick them down. The driver one has come loose though as i hear it when the door shuts! A job for a nice day if we ever get one

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    If I resort to the doors inners I'll us HD velcro - I'll have to think whhat to do for waterproofing tho

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