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mtu245
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I wouldnt worry about the rears too much. Just a decent set of coaxials should be fine. Ideally, its better not to have too much high frequency coming from the rear. But depends if your trying to build a live front stage sounding stereo or a surround sounding stereo.

I did a set of 6.5" type r comps in the doors and mounted the tweeters on the door as well. Ive questioned now whether I should have made pods for them in the a pillar now. But ive already drilled the holes in my door, so its a little late for me to change it now haha. I wasnt going to run any rear speakers, but I ended up getting a great deal on a 4ch amp so I am currently just amping the stock speakers very lightly.

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