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Old 10-20-2011, 05:23 AM   #21
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Only bumping this because it's relevant again. I took off the rear covers and just need to know if there are supposed to be bezels back there cuz just like in front the speakers are screwed right to the metal. Thanks

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Nope. You take off the grill and the speaker is just screwed in there. Remove said screws(or bolts, can't remember), replace speaker, then screw back in. Snap grill back on and your good.
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Nope. You take off the grill and the speaker is just screwed in there. Remove said screws(or bolts, can't remember), replace speaker, then screw back in. Snap grill back on and your good.
Speaker sits right on metal? Won't that cause rattle?

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Speaker sits right on metal? Won't that cause rattle?

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Not if you tighten them and secure them correctly lol
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I might put speaker baffle's then

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Are you sure you can't find a 10 year old around to do this for you?
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Very funny.

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Speaker sits right on metal? Won't that cause rattle?

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They have a little foam pad ring where it makes metal contact if I recall correctly to avoid this rattling
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They have a little foam pad ring where it makes metal contact if I recall correctly to avoid this rattling
It's not there anymore so i'll get baffles.

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Are you sure you can't find a 10 year old around to do this for you?
Taking shots at people isn't a very good introduction man. He asked a question. That's what this site is for.
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Ease up its not that serious. It's a joke or do you not have a sense of humor. Guess not.
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