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    Kickpanels in their Ford Escape

    Has anyone done this? I want to have my mids and tweeters installed in the kickpanels but the problem is, in the drivers side, the fuse box is located in the kickpanel. Has someone here relocated the fusebox so that a kickpanel may be installed?

    If so, it would be great if he can give me a guide on how he did this. Thanks.







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    Re: Kickpanels in their Ford Escape

    I just put my tweeter in the factory location in the pillar.. if you aim it right and use a good eq.xover it still sounds great.. I also angled up the mid in the door. I had to use a spacer though because there isnt much room back there



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