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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-17-2012 Thread Starter
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Replaced speakers

I just installed two Memphis 5x7 MCs in my 02, love them, moved my Pioneer 6x8s 4-ways to the rear deck. Going to replace them with two more MCs. Also going to replace my alpine subs with memphis 10s. The 02 has an older Sony Xplosion head unit going to replace it with a JVC Arsenal. Now trying to decide what to do with the 95GT and the Mach 460 system. May just rip it all out and install my left over pioneer 4x8s the Alpine subs, sony xplosion head unit and amp from my 02 into it. One of the door speakers in the 95 is blown so may as well replace it all. I am replacing the floor carpet so may as well rewire it all while at it. is there a delete kit for the opening where the old CD changer is at?

2010 Convertible V6, White with Black Top, Automatic Trans.

1995 GT, Green, 5-Speed, Mach 460 Sound System

1996 GT, Black, Black Interior, Automatic.
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 04-23-2012
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I would just take it all out. Modern systems will kick a 460 system and will free up some space because of the removed amp racks. And they do sell delete kits for the left over opening. Crutchfield had a pocket that fits in there and looks ok. I went a step furthur and put 3 1 1/16 gauges in there and it looks awesome.

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