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Old 02-25-2010, 10:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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what size speakers fit in the front kick panels on the 87 samurai? Im looking for a factory size.
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I think they are 5x7's? I installed some about 2 yrs ago and they fit perfect.It has been a while but Im pretty sure thats right.
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lol,thats not right,its not 5x7's.Its 4 1/2 or 5" round,I was thinking of my truck.
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did the sierra/samurai come with rear speakers stock? ive never really thought about it til just then, mine had some when i bought it...
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my 87 did not come with rear speakers. Putting them in the soft top would be pointless since they would have to be very small speakers to fit in that tiny panel space and you couldn't hear them over the road noise. For rear speakers it's best to build an enclosure for them behind the rear seat.
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I took my back seat out because there is no one that rides with me in the back anyway plus I needed the room.I put box speakers at my rear tailgate.If I need to I can move them but they sound pretty good along with my front speakers.
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so are they 4", or 5 - 1/4" ??
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With the factory plate in there they are 4" but remove it and I think a shallow depth 61/2 round can fit. 51/4 forsure. Might take a little tweaking.
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Infinity Kappa 42.9i 4" 2-way car speakers at Crutchfield Signature

those are the speakers im considering for the front

Infinity Reference 5030cs 5-1/4" component speaker system at Crutchfield.com

and the 5 1/4 component set i plan to custom mount on the back seat side panels

XTC 4" Speaker Baffles Protect your speakers at Crutchfield.com

I'd like to at least get the speaker baffles in the front kick panels, so water doesnt rot the backside of the speaker cone.

Let me what you guys know about this setup? I'm going for the best of sound quality, with no compromises. I will also dynamatt behind all the speakers, and the complete floor pan. This is all going on a 87 tintop, so maybe I should do the ceiling also to keep the summer heat out, and the winter heat in.

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Quote:
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did the sierra/samurai come with rear speakers stock? ive never really thought about it til just then, mine had some when i bought it...
absolutly NOT!
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