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    WTB Small format tweeters

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    Looking for a pair of small format tweeters for my install. I want them to replace the OEM units in the a-pillars. They need to have an outside diameter of 1.5" and a depth of about 3/4". I'll be running them off the rear channels of a 500/5 (25Wpc). Prefer a soft dome tweeter.

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    Can be just the tweeters, or could be a component set with the right size tweeters. Mids would have to be 5-1/4 or a small 6-1/2. I'll be making adapter plates to run in place of the stock Ford 6x8s (mids run on the front of the 500/5 at 100Wpc).

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    Not looking to spend a ton here. Somewhere around $80 for some tweeters....around the $200 range max on components.

    Have some stuff to trade as well:
    CDT Audio HD-690CF 6x9 mids/subs
    Autotek 400X / MTX Blue Thunder PRO 752 / TREO TSX 75.2 / JL Audio 300/2

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    Need them shipped to Orange, CA 92868 - or can meet up locally as well with cash.

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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    well there not that big but i have some jl audio tr tweeters brand new.




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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    Debated on those, but JLs site shows them at ~1.75 outside diameter....




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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    really sure that isnt the lip outside the mounting diameter?




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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    1.55 mounting hole

    ---------- Post added at 03:16 PM ---------- Previous post was at 03:16 PM ----------

    and 1.79 lip diameter. just pm me if your interested.




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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    Thanks, but I need the lip diameter at no more than ~1.5".




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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    I have these and like them-they would work great on 25 watts.

    Vifa OT19NC00-04 3/4" Fabric Dome Tweeter 4 Ohm 264-1122




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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    Heard those don't work very well off axis..... How are you running them?




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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    I have a set of Hertz HT-25's

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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    Those are slightly too big, unfortunately.

    Keep 'em comin.....




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    Re: WTB Small format tweeters

    Digital Designs T2's, barely over 1.5" side to side without the mounting cups and just under 3/4" deep. Never installed in a car. 55$ shipped. Would love to work something out on the Treo as well.



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    Mids: CDT HD-6CF
    Tweets: CDT DRT-25
    Fronts Amp: Hertz HDP4
    Sub Amp: American Bass VFL150.1
    Substage: 18" SSA ZCON
    Electrical: 160 Amp Alt, Duralast Gold, C&D270FR, 2/0 Throughout

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