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    I just got some new speakers for my 94 sil;verado ext. cab and I want to take the factory speakers out. I got the front two out with no problem but the back two asre giving me a lot of trouble. They are located right by your head on the sides of the ext. cab. The only problem is the huge panel that covers them, it's impossible to get off without cracking. I called bestbuy, where I bought the speakers from, and they also said it is very hard to get tha plastic off. Can anyone give me a tip on where to start or an easy what to install them?

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    you can try what i did ,but you'll have to get some covers for them.
    mine came with a wood kit so it was easy. you can cut a hole around
    the speaker grill thats there already it goes kinda high twards the seat belt
    but if you can find justs those covers its alot easier and a hell of alot
    cheaper. try a salvage yard if you cant find them by themselves
    some want 150.00 to install 80.00 speakers . and if you add just
    the covers right no one will ever know. a rotozip or something
    like it will work great just take your time andtake the grill out first
    and work your way out. (slow speed!!)

    lots of luck



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    Why not call up your local Chevy dealership or go down there and get them to help you?



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    I had a 95 Z71 and tryed to change the rear speakers but I gave up the stock ones sounded great with a new head unit. I have a custom sub box for 2 10's under the seat if interested.




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    I heard you need to take out the rear seat makes it much easier and the risk of breaking the plastc is almost impossible. I changed the rears without removing the seat with no problem.




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    the panel is easy to get off make sure u have all the screws out and thenslide a screw driver under the edge of the plastic panle then slide it side was to u hit a clip pry lightly and it will pop right out then continue around til there all poped out




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