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Old 04-15-2011, 07:50 AM   #1
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WANTED: Dead or, well yeah, just mostly dead SPEAKERS

Looking for first gen speakers, i don't care if they work or have a 3" hole in the middle of them, i want to get all the speaker sizes available for 1st gens so i can start making speaker rings.

You guys hook me up, i'll hook you up

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Old 04-15-2011, 09:44 AM   #2
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I've offered in another one of your threads before. I have front and rear out of an extended cab 2000. I do want to know how you are going to compensate for the front doors. Are you going to have a piece of wood to replace the entire plastic piece or one that screws onto the plastic piece?
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i got some 10" sub i believe.. ill have to measure them out but i pulled them from my friends old truck and they are just sitting on my side yard
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Old 04-15-2011, 09:48 AM   #4
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I've offered in another one of your threads before. I have front and rear out of an extended cab 2000. I do want to know how you are going to compensate for the front doors. Are you going to have a piece of wood to replace the entire plastic piece or one that screws onto the plastic piece?
I'm a little confused on what your saying? I take the speaker and make an identical shape and bolt pattern and cut the center out of it to hold a speaker. Not sure what you mean about the plastic piece
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The plastic piece is the adapter the speaker screws in to. That plastic piece screws into the door.
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Its not an adapter plate issue...its the plastic piece that is the issue

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Old 04-15-2011, 02:14 PM   #9
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So your saving you would want your adapter to be shaped as just the metal piece and not the entire piece?
Huh? I googled "2000 Tacoma door speakers" that was one of the first sites that had pictures. This was someone that I don't know who is giving instructions as to how to replace the speakers. "I" am asking you if you were offering to replace the entire plastic piece or trying to make a ring that would attach to the plastic piece. If you do just the ring, you will have additional vibration and rattling. I personally think that you if are planning on tackling this and want to offer a real good product, I would think that you would want the full piece of plastic and either mold your ring to fit around the plastic in a way that it wont cause unneeded rattling...or find a way to replace the entire plastic piece all together.

I would offer to send you my plastic, but I have already modified and reinforced it whenever I installed my aftermarket component set. If nothing is on the market by this summer, I will be fiberglassing a fix to install a better component system
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I have two plastic pieces that are all yours; and OEM door speakers from a 96 reg cab if you want them.

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Old 04-16-2011, 08:27 AM   #12
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might be easier to find someone local with a 1st gen so that you can fit check everything and change the depth of the ring itself to maximize mounting depth. off the top of my head, I cannot remember the depth of the grill within the door panel (removable panel measurement from the back of the grill to where it would meet up with the door)
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