Glad they helped. It's a bummer that so many previous installs had to resort to cutting up the door cards. It's a happy coincidence that the adapters help people in your situation.
Looking at these, they work with the stock speaker grill covers right? I want to retain that look and I believe these will, but haven’t really seen it in the pictures.
I’m printing these to order. PM me. I installed the speakers that are in post one of this thread. So far there are a bunch of people who have installed different makes and models. No one has found ones that don’t fit that I’m aware of. Sorry I don’t have any speaker covers.Which speakers did you install under there?
Thanks - let me look into new speakers then I’ll get back to you about an order. Cool idea!I’m printing these to order. PM me. I installed the speakers that are in post one of this thread. So far there are a bunch of people who have installed different makes and models. No one has found ones that don’t fit that I’m aware of. Sorry I don’t have any speaker covers.
Hey, would you be willing to sell the .stl file? I have a 3D printer and am about to install these.I took an idea I had for an FJ60 & FJ62 front speaker adapter and have started printing pairs of them for sale. I'll try to keep the machine running as long as their are orders. Thanks for everyone's interest.
$30 Shipped in the lower 48, w/ hardware. Message me.
I used these speakers but I know that others have been used with the adapters:
Amazon.com: RetroSound R-525N 5.25" Stereo Replacement Speaker: Automotive
is it possible to install 6.5” speakers? Has anyone tried? Or does that require putting a bigger hole in the front door frame?
I want bigger speakers!!!!
Looks good! Those are actually the same front speakers I had in my Jeep. I should have kept them when I sold it.
That’s the exact spot I’ll be installing my tweeters. Where did you install your amp to drive those? I can put my amp under the driver’s seat but I have a panel subwoofer I need to find a spot for.
And if the 6.5” fits then @TheNeek adapters may work as well....
Did the grills that came with the speakers not work? Just get a noise filter to start, they are cheap, a more expensive amp will probably have the same issue.Good to hear. I put the coaxial version of the same speakers in the cargo panels at the same time, and I've been pretty happy with everything so far.
I put the amp under the drivers seat, and have a Kenwood powered sub under the passenger seat. Still struggling with some engine whine coming through, so am thinking that I either need to spend more on an amp, get a noise filter, or find someone who knows what they are doing to tune the amp. We'll see.
Good luck with your speakers.