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bunkerking09
12-20-2007, 03:48 PM
My ford ranger has 4 places for speakers, all 5x7's, 2 in the door, 2 behind the seats

i've made mounting brackets so that the back speakers can be 6 1/2's.

so the question is what would be the best choice? i've got the sub in so low freq. is covered, the 5x7's in the door will take care of tweeters and mid range, so what should I do with those back speakers? keep them 5x7's or put in some 6 1/2's? or maybe another size?? not really sure

any help is appreciated

a33bigpapa
12-20-2007, 03:55 PM
I would leave the rear speakers stock, get some good speakers for up front and you won't even know the rears are there.

jkulysses
12-20-2007, 04:11 PM
I would leave the rear speakers stock, get some good speakers for up front and you won't even know the rears are there.

What he said. I also have a ford ranger and i'm making mdf adapters to fit a set of 6.5" components up front amped. I'm getting these. http://www.audiosavings.com/product_details.aspx?item_guid=767e9c4a-3e3b-4e48-8a27-7a13f9c0a9fe&category_guid=7617d28f-f8fa-4c53-b172-133ce952abd6

2002XLT
12-20-2007, 04:15 PM
what year? If its older then...say 2000 i would replace all of them. Especially the early 90s models which were all paper cones. If its newer, then you could probably get by with stockers.