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Speaker mounting specs

Need to know the front door speaker specs to see if they match some speakers i have. jensen JS 65, 105 watts 1 and 7/8" mounting depth. thanks!

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Well from what i can find on the net the front door speakers are 5 1/4 in and u have 6x9 in the rear of the doors and for the 105 watts that will b no prob at all the mounting depth u have may or may not b a prob if so u can buy a spacer for the speakers at any wal-mart or best buy good luck

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