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    questio about cutout dia

    i have a speaker that is 4.875" and smallest hole i can get is 5" is that gonna be okay for y doors? before you ask i am buying these premade cause i cant make them.



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    Re: questio about cutout dia

    someone please yes or no? I think it will be fine.



    2011 GMC Sierra rcsb W/T
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    18" gmc Yukon wheels
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    Re: questio about cutout dia

    This is a no-brainer.......

    If your speaker is only 4.875" and you buy a cutout for your speakers that is 5," then what do you think will happen when you go to set your speaker in it? The hole will be too big.
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    Re: questio about cutout dia

    ZOMG! Please tell me you found some white women in Springfield!

    Forealz tho. 5 inch will be the dia.




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    Re: questio about cutout dia

    I guess I should describe what I'm saying a little better.
    This is what I am needing. My speaker has a baffle on it that sticks out from the door. So this is the spacer I need to make any aftermarked fit in my car.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...2498085&rd=1,1

    This is what it looks like with the speaker out of the door.



    This is the speaker and spacer all one piece.



    So will it be a big deal if the speaker is a little bigger than the spacer? I can seal it up on the spacer if that needs to be done.



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    lowered 4" in back to make it level
    18" gmc Yukon wheels
    Kenwood excelon 7" door speaker
    Kenwood excelon x998 HU
    JL audio CP108 behind passenger seat
    JL audio XD500/3 running all

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