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Select Increments Mod-Pod Speaker Enclosures

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MSRP: $79.99
Average Price: $45.00
Manufacturer: Select Increments
Recommended?
Yes: 3 / No: 0

For 76-06 Jeep® CJ-5, CJ-7, CJ-8 Scrambler & Wrangler YJ, TJ, Unlimited

Constructed of 1/8" plastic, the units can withstand years of abuse. Mod-Pods have pre-cut holes to accept 5 1/4" speakers, though many 6 1/2" speakers can also fit.

The Mod-Pods, located just beneath the doors, throw unobstructed sound toward the driver and passenger. They sound great with the doors on and combat road noise with the doors off. They make use of wasted space and are contoured to fit snugly against the Jeep body. Be confident in knowing the driver's side pod will not interfere with your vehicle. Mod-Pods are so well recessed under the doors that your feet will never fight for space. Once installed, you'll probably forget the pods are there.

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tride000

Registered User
tride000's Reviews
09-16-2012, 11:26 AM
Price: $5.00
Pros: Easy install, work great
Cons: Tear easily
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Use th pods but stuff pillow stuffing, etc loosely into them. Your speakers will sound even better!


2003X

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2003X's Reviews

07-10-2009, 12:00 AM
Price: $50.00
Pros: Excellent sound, do not get in the way. I put Alpine speakers in the PODS and what a difference, I highly recomend.
Cons: I had to use double sided tape to mount as the fit was a little off.
Recommended? Yes

Comments: Excellent sound and qaulity. Made of strong plastic, do not get in the way at all. I put Alpine speakers in the PODS and what a difference. May get wet from water. Worth the money.


Carnage4x4
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Carnage4x4's Reviews

06-20-2008, 01:51 PM
Select Increments Mod-Pod Speaker Enclosures
Price: $79.99
Recommended? Yes

Comments: I put Sony Xplods 5.25" speakers in my mod-pods. When I first installed these kick speakers I thought that they'd be in the way but you truly will forget that they're there. The speakers may accumulate a little mud when you're offroading. I would highly suggest putting marine speakers in the mod-pods, not that I've had any problems with mine getting waterlogged but I have had to scrape lots of mud off the speakers.



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