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Hey guys,

As most of you know, I work for Pep Boys. Well with the company, for every tire sale or alignment or "service of the month" I get a variable amount of Award Points....well to get to the point, with my points I got a good set of 6X9s for the Sable's rear panel. I thought I would post it up here on the forum to show all how to professionally mount 6X9s in the rear of our cars... Stay Tuned for pics.

Speakers: Pioneer TS-A6970R Pair

Sal

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PS. Stay Tuned for my SHO-ABLE Thread...
 

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oooh...im liking this thread already. B)
 

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would 6x9s fit in the rear of a 99 sable wagon??
i know 6x8s will but i dunno about those oh and the stock speakers are 5x7s all around for those who dont know
oh and also i know they hafta be the same "thickness" as the 5x7s so u dont hafta remind me of that
 

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most 6x9 will but you will have to drill new holes. The most you would have to do is cut or bend a little metal to make them fit.
 
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yeah, thats what Im planning on doing... what would you suggest yo cut with? I really dont want the Air Bags deploying cause Im banging the **** out of my Sable... lol


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I use a Dremel tool. A good one will run $50-60 but you can get them cheaper. I have two of the a digital one and a cordless I use them about every day. They are really a great tool to have around.
 

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Originally posted by carraudio@Sep 24 2004, 02:26 PM
I use a Dremel tool. A good one will run $50-60 but you can get them cheaper. I have two of the a digital one and a cordless I use them about every day. They are really a great tool to have around.
Sorry to jump in on this but what bit do you use? Just a cut-off wheel or what? Thanks.....
 

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Yes, just a cut-off wheel will work.
 

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Originally posted by carraudio@Sep 24 2004, 02:26 PM
I use a Dremel tool. A good one will run $50-60 but you can get them cheaper. I have two of the a digital one and a cordless I use them about every day. They are really a great tool to have around.
If you don't already have a dremel, and you're looking into buying a rotary tool, get a Bosch roto zip or the milwalkee equivilent - these are much better quality tools and wont bog down nearly as much when you're cutting through something.
 
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