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SplAffair
01-19-2014, 05:15 PM
I drive a 98 cherokee and the max front door speaker depth is 2 and 5/16s any one know of a component set that can handle around 100 rms each side with this mounting depth? Would like to keep it >$100 if possible. I have a set of cadence cwm6kit 6.5s that won't fit lol

tat2bass
01-19-2014, 05:24 PM
I have a set of alpine SPX17pro's that have neo motors that are really shallow but they are more than $100.

I know zapco makes a shallow mount set that is rated for like 125rms I think and can be had for around $120-130

SplAffair
01-19-2014, 05:31 PM
I have a set of alpine SPX17pro's that have neo motors that are really shallow but they are more than $100.

I know zapco makes a shallow mount set that is rated for like 125rms I think and can be had for around $120-130

ZAPCO ZSL-165 6.5" SHALLOW SLIM LINE 2 WAY COMPONENT SPEAKERS

http://bit.ly/1buZQHi
These? and I will be buying Thursday or Friday so.

tat2bass
01-19-2014, 06:45 PM
ZAPCO ZSL-165 6.5" SHALLOW SLIM LINE 2 WAY COMPONENT SPEAKERS

http://bit.ly/1buZQHi
These? and I will be buying Thursday or Friday so.

Yep. That's them. Haven't heard them myself but have heard that they are good for the money and for being shallow mount.

thatguy12
01-19-2014, 09:17 PM
I drive a 98 cherokee and the max front door speaker depth is 2 and 5/16s any one know of a component set that can handle around 100 rms each side with this mounting depth? Would like to keep it >$100 if possible. I have a set of cadence cwm6kit 6.5s that won't fit lol

why dont you just make mdf spacers vs buying new speakers?

SplAffair
01-19-2014, 09:32 PM
why dont you just make mdf spacers vs buying new speakers?
ive gone this route. 3/4 inch spacers make the mid hit the door panel. not really looking to cut my door panel there

trumpet
01-21-2014, 02:06 PM
Since you know how to make a spacer, use a different material than 3/4" MDF. Look at a large plastic cutting board. You might need to switch your saw blade to cut it smoothly but it's a good alternative to MDF.