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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-05-03, 06:56 PM Thread Starter
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Fitting aftermarket 5x7's in an AU

What is the maximum depth of the 5x7's in the doors for an AU or What depth are the stock speakers?

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There is plenty of room there but what most people do is make a plate to take a standard six inch becaus it will offer you a greater selection of speakers.

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I don't know the max mounting depth, but the stock speakers (from the end of the magnet to the frame) are roughly 5 - 6cm. If you're just looking for something simple/entry level, then most brands co-ax 5x7s should slot straight in. If you're planning on getting splits, I'd consider going with BunD's suggestion.
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