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I am considering putting my kenwood 3-way 4 speakers 6x9's from my old cars install into my Stilo (only took me 18 months!) by just fitting them to the shelf.
My question is how difficult is it going to be to wire them in? will I have to piggy back off the existing rear speakers and how hard is that?
Also my parcel shelf has a sag in the middle of it? How much d'ya reckon for a new one?
2008 Fiat Bravo T-Jet 150 Sport
Fabbrica Italiana Automobili Torino
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Re: Rear Speakers
why not just make an MDF one now using the old(ish) one as a template then either keep it for when you re sell or just punt it on ebay for some cash. shouldnt be hard to connect to the rear speakers. theres an FAQ for the rear speakers in the stilo section IIRC
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