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post #1 of 4 Old 06-20-2013, 12:04 PM Thread Starter
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any experiance with Q-Logic speaker mounts

I'm so fed up with my jeep's radio right now I am thinking about driving it off of a cliff. Because not only do the stock mounting holes suck, but the aftermarket speaker mounts are crazy expensive.

I just purchased new JBL component speakers for the rear along with a rockford fosgate "power" amp. I think that I can use the existing speaker mounts for the 6.5 woofers and then mount the tweeters where the cabin lights are.

The front is a different story. Right now I am running 5.25 JL Audio speakers via brackets but I really don't like the 5.25 and I want to get another pair of the JBL component speakers in the near future (as soon as I get the cash). I found these Q-Logic speaker mounts that seem to be pretty bomber but they are crazy expensive. Does anyone here have any experience with these mounts - or some other way of getting 6.5 component speakers in the front of a wrangler?

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post #2 of 4 Old 06-20-2013, 12:06 PM Thread Starter
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Will those even work with a manual? Looking at the photos it looks like I'd have to get rid of my clutch pedal if I wanted to install those mounts.
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post #3 of 4 Old 06-20-2013, 12:32 PM
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If you want to invest time instead of money you can glass some kick pods instead, gogle search fibgerglass kickpods or look on youtube I'm sure you'll find an instructional, then just adapt it for wrangler. You could probably slide a slim 6.5 in the dash, I've seen a few threads here of people who have, then use nalinMFG's tweeter mount. http://www.nalinmfg.com/Audio_c_7.html

iPhone app user; excuse typos...thanx.
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post #4 of 4 Old 06-20-2013, 12:57 PM Thread Starter
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If you want to invest time instead of money you can glass some kick pods instead, gogle search fibgerglass kickpods or look on youtube I'm sure you'll find an instructional, then just adapt it for wrangler. You could probably slide a slim 6.5 in the dash, I've seen a few threads here of people who have, then use nalinMFG's tweeter mount. http://www.nalinmfg.com/Audio_c_7.html
Thanks for the tip. I never thought of that... But I will definitely look into making some of my own I'd prefer to make my own, actually.

I like those tweeter mounts... And that's a really good option especially if I end up putting the 6.5 in the dash.
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