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Old 15-10-12
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Default nl door speakers

going to be putting in a pair of component speakers in the doors, due to the previous owners attempt to put in some speakers shocking at that, i've had to cut the honey comb bit out and will be doing a bit of custom work to it then wrapping the whole thing in vinyl matching the doors
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Very nice work
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Interested to see what you do with it, still haven't decided what I'm gonna do with mine yet, was thinking of using some edge moulding But hard to decide as there's not many examples out there
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VT commodore rear parcel shelf grill should be big enough to cover that hole if you want to hide the speakers and its slightly curved to fit.... which is what i was planning to do, until i saw the shitty job the previous owner did and completely messed up the door plastics..

the front doors dont have much space for deep speakers so id suggest some spacer or flat speakers (not a fan of flat woofers) but the front doors are fairly good for bass which was strangely surprising..

ended up doing this instead...
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just a quick update of progress.... will be adding the backing bit and fiber glassing tomorrow
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interested to see what you come up with as I'm in the midst of doing the same thing to my doors. Just had a good thinking session while I stared at them for the past 20minutes trying to decide on how I will be doing them.
Going to try and keep the same lines/shape as the pocket, but not 100% on how I'm doing it. Will be mdf/Fglass made, a little trickier because the bottom part of the trim isn't flat..
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another update on progress



bit more work till its finished .... but its getting there
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Where abouts in Brisbane are you?
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this is the speakers i'll use


http://www.alpine.com.au/showItem.php?item_id=84
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another update on the progress



bit of sanding and some fine touch ups , and there not far off
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