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This is a discussion on drawing of spacers for front / back speaker mounts? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; OK. Sounds good. I'll check the hardware store tomorrow....

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    OK. Sounds good. I'll check the hardware store tomorrow.
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    iv got a couple questions.
    What kind of wood should i use to make spacers?
    how thick shoudl the spacers be?
    I'm installing some focal 165As. How deep is the stock mount space?
    How much clearance shoudl I allow between the speaker and the window?
    should i just subtract the stock speaker depth from the new speaker depth, and then make the spacers that thick?
    what is the stock speaker mounting depth?
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