|08-28-2009 01:26 PM|
I had them and didn't want to spend more money until I see if it's worth it.
Well, it's worth it. But then again -- it won't cross my mind to repeat this procedure again. Not until the next summer at least..
|08-27-2009 03:44 PM|
cause they aren't 6x9's they are 4x6's so you get better quality out of the round 4 inch speaker than from an oval 4 inch speaker
|08-27-2009 10:38 AM|
|morphious||my question is why not use 6x9's again instead of the small speakers|
|08-27-2009 06:05 AM|
|Incursorio||About an inch or so. It is waterproof so I guess it can handle the rain in the future..|
|08-26-2009 09:48 PM|
|93yjsplash||How thick was the piece of wood?|
|08-25-2009 05:45 PM|
|Overtrained||Nice job! I was wondering how to get to the front speakers, didnt realize it was that involved lol.|
|08-25-2009 11:00 AM|
|08-25-2009 10:59 AM|
Here's some more. I just finished it this morning. Took me 3 hours approximately.. Lots of sun, sweat and pain here and there. But it's well worth it. NEw speakers (even smaller) are a huge improvement over the stock ones. Sound is crispier and razor sharp.
So here it goes..
Oh and btw.. I HATE TORX HEAD!
New vs. Stock
Stock connector. I used it on new speakers
New grill fabric. The old one remains on the old speakers. Thought of ditching it but then again it provides some protection weatherwise..
This is how it looks without. I didn't like it.. So the fabric is applied. Sound is a bit less crisp than without but hey.. It's a jeep..
|08-25-2009 10:57 AM|
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE: YJ in-dash speaker swap
I had a pair of 4" so I decided to throw them in my YJ..
So here is what I did (picture is worth xxxx words...)
I did some trimming last week.. Made speaker adapters.