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      I believe that Duct Seal would work for this also. It's available at any Home Depot or Lowe's.
       
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      Any reason you cant use the factory mounting area? For my dash corner locations, I mounted the speakers to the factory mounts and then covered the whole area under the grille with as much duct seal as I could fit under there. This added mass to the baffle (lowering its resonant frequency) and also covered all the holes in the baffle around the speaker.

      I've got a pound of duct seal on each speaker baffle in the doors too.
       
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      Any reason you cant use the factory mounting area? For my dash corner locations, I mounted the speakers to the factory mounts and then covered the whole area under the grille with as much duct seal as I could fit under there. This added mass to the baffle (lowering its resonant frequency) and also covered all the holes in the baffle around the speaker.

      I've got a pound of duct seal on each speaker baffle in the doors too.
      because this is the shape of the speakers i am taking out, but i do plan on stuffing the dash with BLACKHOLE STUFF and RESONIX.and top of the dash under speaker grill with duct seal
       
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      This is my ******* way of doing it. I use this stuff: Gardner Bender 1 lb. Plug Duct Seal Compound DS-110 - The Home Depot
      and mold it around the speakers and spreading it to mold onto the a-pillars. I would make a temporary (or permanent) speaker pod if the speakers are currently open baffle. I did this with Focal 3.5wm's and Dynaudio Esotar tweeters. The tweets are now mounted permanently in metal pods bought on ebay but I never got around to making a permanent solution for the Focals and it's been almost a year? I'm not posting any pics until I can get up the gumption to overcome being a laughingstock on the forum (seriously, I might because I enjoy being laughed at as well as laughed with).
       

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