Re: [DML] Replacing Front Speakers
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Re: [DML] Replacing Front Speakers




I bought speakers that also had a slightly raised tweeter...  My
solution worked well, but depends entirely on the speakers: I
carefully pried off the plastic decorative bezel from the tweeter,
which left it only protruding slightly.  I then mounted it with no
further modifications or shims...  the slight protrusion has an almost
unnoticable push on the speaker grills.  My speakers are Pioneer
TS-A878s; YMMV.

--Greg
#2894

On 4/20/05, Michael & Denise <luckeys71@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> I recently purchased a set of replacement front speakers which unfortunately do not sit flush against the dash like the stock Craig ones as they have the tweeter slightly raised.  Has anybody had any experience creating a ring (like a gasket) to go around the speaker so that it would stay flush with the dash like the original?  There must be a simple solution to this but as usual the obvious answer always seems to elude me!





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