Yeah, the ones in the rear aren't slouchy speakers either. I got some 1" spacer rings and put some Alpine SPR-17C's in the rear doors. My kid rides back there and likes music just as much as I do, so I couldn't just put in a pair...
I'm researching what to do for a sub. I'm thinking I'll pick up a 1.1000 Alpine amp since it will stack on top of the 4 channel for a compact install under the driver's seat. Then I'll run a slim-line sub in a permanent mount somewhere. We'll see later. I'm good with what I've got for now, I think.
I got everything buttoned up today and will drop the rig off to get the sliders mounted tomorrow. I didn't get them painted, so I'll have to figure that out once they're on the rig. It won't be as easy, but they'll get done.
As seen on Expedition with TX plates: VEGETARIAN - An old Indian word for poor hunter
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