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    fitted my speakers!!

    what a pain!!

    cut the holes and fitted the speakers



    had to take off the panel to get to the factory fitted speaker



    here it is



    then ihad to feed the wires from there into the boot



    put everything back together






    et viola one working speaker!




    just do the same on the other side and u got urself some 6x9s lol

    sweet!





    oh yea heres my new sparco seatbelt pads i brought!!


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    Not bad chap, or you could have just amped them up?

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    its done now, i got 6 speakers so its all good lol!

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    why not make a shelf and hide the speakers? or do u live in a nice area
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    Pah...I just ran new wires to my now gone 6x9's, way easier than faffing with the OEM wiring...plus I can reconnect the OEM ones without having to remove the card again...credit for your patience

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    Don't mark 4's have 6 speakers standard anyway? two tweeters on the mirror plates two by the door pocket and two in the back?

    Fair play though. Looks quite tidy where they are. Let's just hope noone breaks in to your astra like they did mine.

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    's'why I re-did my OEM rear shelf as a stealth one...looked OEM unless you opened the boot. Solid as a rock and now swapped with another member on here for their standard shelf.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeSXI View Post
    Don't mark 4's have 6 speakers standard anyway? two tweeters on the mirror plates two by the door pocket and two in the back?

    Fair play though. Looks quite tidy where they are. Let's just hope noone breaks in to your astra like they did mine.

    Yep they do.

    So you now have 8


    My front drivers side is broke, gutted don't think it ill be cheap to replace too

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    i live in a nice area lol, nobody steals round here...sweet i got 8 speakers furt i only had 6 (H)

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    With all the effort of removing the rear panels, why didn't you upgrade the rear's while you were there?? Just a note!!!
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