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Removing grill covers of Clarion 6.5" marine speakers

I have 2 Clarion marine speakers in my boat and I want to replace them with some just like them. Do I need tools to get the old grill covers off? I am assuming that once I get the old ones off that I will be able to replace the speakers with little problem. Please give me some advice on how I get these old grill covers off..
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Put a piece of cardboard next to the speaker to protect your boats finish. Then use a flat bladed screw driver to gently pry the grill covers off. you may need to work your way around the perimeter, with a little bit of effort it will pop off. There will be 4 screws under the grills holding the speaker to the boat which are easy to remove.

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