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What do you guys do when your doors have been cut to accomodate larger drivers than stock when it is time to trade. I was thinking of having some rings made to put the stockers back in. Truck is a 06 silverado so the speakers have some funky tabs and clips that hold them in. My local shop as a laser cutting machine so fabing up some rings would be a snap for them. Question is should I go to that much trouble?
 

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I'd just ghetto them in and call it a day...but you didn't hear that from me:laugh:

Why you trading so quickly? If you're going to do that you're best off just sticking with drivers that will drop into the stock locations.
 

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Trading quickly to me is every 18 months. Originally had planned on keeping this truck but I have plenty of equity in it (owe 6000 less than lowest trade in quote). And besides I really want an avalanche. The door panels have been cut but only behind the stock grillles which are fabric covered. I won`t cut my doors again but I will say the it was worth it.
 

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lol quick for me is every 4 years. Seems like a shame to put all that work into something and barely get to enjoy it.
 
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