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Old 01-20-2011, 09:36 PM
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Glad to help out. If you don't have the 3.5" speakers in the dash, take a close look for any wiring harness with a + - white plastic clip on it sitting in there...that is for a speaker!
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i helped a buddy put new speakers in his F*** a while back, he wanted the best bang for his buck without doing the amp as he just spent money on a mono and 2 subs. so i put in 6" rounds and 6x9s in his reg cab, all MTX from future shop. i think it was about 300 total for the speakers and he ran the off a standard drop in panisonic head unit. they sounded awesome. they had no troubles keeping up with the thump of 2 10" subs, and came out super clear even on high volume. he has never had a problem with them, and i swaer by MTX in all my audio adventures. hope this helps
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