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Old 02-17-2006, 09:25 PM   #2
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Then I fitted in the new tweeters and glued them into place. I think they turned out pretty OEM looking, yet just a little more attractive now with that signature MB Quart titanium dome.



I made sure to align the tweeter so that the crosshairs were straight when on the panel before gluing the tweeter into place.



Then I mounted the tweeters and mids to the door panels and ran the crossover away from the speakers. When I first had some components installed professionally, the ones that were stolen, the installer told me that the crossovers should be mounted a good distance away from the speakers, not sure what the reasoning is, but since I donít know any advantage to mounting them closer, I zip-tied them to the map pocket.



Then I slapped the completed panel back onto the door GENTLY, those clips like to break!

Completed driver side:


Completed passenger side. Not sure why the phone made it so small.


I hope this encourages those who had not ventured down this road before. I found the install overall easy and am very satisfied with the results!
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