anyone cut into the rear deck for speakers?
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This is a discussion on anyone cut into the rear deck for speakers? within the Interior Mods forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm curious if anyone has had this done or done it themselves....

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    anyone cut into the rear deck for speakers?

    I'm curious if anyone has had this done or done it themselves.
    I hate my WRX's stock horn....

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    I put a set of components and fiberglassed the rear deck lid. It looks and sounds alot better
    Little bit. haha

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    thats funny...my rear deck already has to cuts for a set of 6x9's...but on the other hand, I bought the car used..so maybe some one else already did that for me.

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    yeah, i'm sorry, i mean on 02~04 rex
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    my car is a WRX....it's a 2002

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    O_O

    *scurries to the trunk. . .*
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    Originally posted by iup200
    thats funny...my rear deck already has to cuts for a set of 6x9's...but on the other hand, I bought the car used..so maybe some one else already did that for me.
    can you post a pic by any chance? tahnks

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    pics

    They are taken with my phone so they arn't so good.
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    Little bit. haha

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    Little bit. haha

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    rear deck

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    Little bit. haha

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    rear deck
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    Little bit. haha

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    Nice install sites5! I too put 6.5 in the rear deck with fiberglass. However, I just carpeted the rear deck, I did not have a good way to paint it.

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    nice work sites5. I wanted to keep the stock look...I just cut some holes with the plasma cutter and threw some 6.5 XR's in.

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    i noticed the two holes in the metal on the rear deck and hear about 6.5's fitting with cutting. could i just drop 5.25's in with no cutting?

    btw, that fiberglass look is AWESOME. is there a website with a tutorial or some more detailed pics of something like that?

    what is between the two rear seats, are those 8" subs? is that a sealed box or are they open air?
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