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    Trying to install speakers in rear deck

    Just some quick questions:
    I recently mounted a sub box onto the rear deck and now looking to add 6.5" to the rear deck. I cant really drill holes for the speakers because I already drilled holes for the sub's vents and if I drill anymore holes, there will be no metal left in the rear deck. So I was planning on setting the speakers on top of the deck and I can seem to find any small boxes or some sort of enclosures/covers for speakers. The space is very limited, and I am not too good at arts and crafts. So before I make my own enclosures I was wondering if anyone knew any way or products that will help me conceal these speakers.

    Sounds confusing, I know...
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    do you have any current pictures of what your set up looks like now? I think I know what your talkingf about. I did a fiberglass mount for my 6.5s... let me know.
    ~Brad

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