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This would work amazingly for gauges too if they weren't too deep. Very cool!
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Done this with the 1.5" endcup. Sit the dynaudio MD102. Very good results.
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im trying a 3inch peerless fullrange this week, previously i had the tweet from my pg rsd comp set in one (cant remember size).
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Nice idea I guess, but still looks FUGLY IMO!
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thats good actually lol
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Nice idea I guess, but still looks FUGLY IMO!
Do you have a better way to mount tweeters on the A-pillars? There is really not any way to make them blend in completely, and the bigger the tweeter, the more they stand out. If they are small (ie. small tweeters) and painted a coordinating color, they look pretty nice actually - the pics don't do them justice.

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This would work amazingly for gauges too if they weren't too deep. Very cool!
You can sand them down to the depth you need. It is actually a very good way to mount gauges on an A-pillar.

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This is off-the-hook, buddy. Nice job.
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hey,

is the bed liner absolutely necessary? Like does it help with the sound or something?

eitherways, great writeup, I'm going to give this a shot this week
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Default Re: Cheap, adjustable, easily replaceable tweeter pods

anyone else thinking this would work mounting these in the kicks? like for instance, ive got a set of xtant/morel components (the wr4 and some morel tweet), and was just thinking of fitting the tweet into one of these and find one big enough for the mid and mounting them the same way but down low in the kicks and aimed. seems like the threaded rod or whatever it is that goes through the pillar would vent the mid into the kick too for better airspace than the pvc cap could provide.

this make sense to anyone?
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has anyone got a pic or two of doing this with a mid, or a mid and a tweeter in the pillars. im trying to ponder what 2 speakers would look like with this.

will definately be doing this in the coming days

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anyone else thinking this would work mounting these in the kicks? like for instance, ive got a set of xtant/morel components (the wr4 and some morel tweet), and was just thinking of fitting the tweet into one of these and find one big enough for the mid and mounting them the same way but down low in the kicks and aimed. seems like the threaded rod or whatever it is that goes through the pillar would vent the mid into the kick too for better airspace than the pvc cap could provide.

this make sense to anyone?
am i crazy?
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Cool idea, I'll have to try this one!
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got mine finished, figured ill post em up: (no thread jack, just more pics for everyone)











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this is why you measure twice cut once, ill end up picking up a pillar from the junkyard for 5$ so no biggy






waitin to get my mids in so i can get my tuning down, so i havent even listened to em yet, but the only reason i did this is to raise my stage height a bit.

the pods will eventually be painted, im thinking gloss black, but as of now the plain pvc blends fairly well with my stock pillar color so im leaving it until i get more time

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Great idea! Threads like this get me thinking. I am going to give this a shot, or alternatively I am considering counter-sinking the PVC caps into the plastic A-pillar covers so they don't jut out as much.
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this is why you measure twice cut once, ill end up picking up a pillar from the junkyard for 5$ so no biggy
you can get another cap and change where the lamprod goes thru...


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you can get another cap and change where the lamprod goes thru...
i thought about this, but it ended up to low anyway. if you can tell in the pictures where my gauges are there is a hump on the dash, and where the first tweeter pod would have been it would have fired right into it, so i had to raise it to take care of its sound path.

either way im very satisfied with them, ill get anoth a-pillar, redo that one, and call it good. but my stage height is right where i want it and love it.

and these tweeters seem very good on axis

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i thought about this, but it ended up to low anyway. if you can tell in the pictures where my gauges are there is a hump on the dash, and where the first tweeter pod would have been it would have fired right into it, so i had to raise it to take care of its sound path.

either way im very satisfied with them, ill get anoth a-pillar, redo that one, and call it good. but my stage height is right where i want it and love it.

and these tweeters seem very good on axis
Can't beat this method when you have tweeters that need to be on-axis.

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Can't beat this method when you have tweeters that need to be on-axis.
agreed man, and i love them on axis

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What a great idea! This will work putting the tweets in the kick panel too..I'll have to give that a try sometimes.
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Ok, this is way too cool - I was just about to spend the next month of weekends doing up some fibreglass tweeter pods; but this will day 3/4 of a DAY!

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Here are mine!! Worked great!!




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