Size of door speakers in 04 DC with JBL 8 Speaker

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    Default Size of door speakers in 04 DC with JBL 8 Speaker

    What is the size of the front door and rear door speakers on my 04DC with the JBL 8 speaker system??? I want to upgrade the door speakers.
    Or I should say what will fit ?

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    Question BUMP!!! Please help!!!

    Come on guys I know someone knows what size is in the doors of my truck!!
    I just don't want to take the door panels off to see. Please help!!! I can see what looks like 2 speakers in the front doors with the tweeter on the top by the mirrors and the back looks like 61/2 should fit. But what is the front???

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    the front is the six and 1/2 with what i am pretty sure is a 1" tweeter next to it and another 1" in the door jam. in back is a 5 and 1/4.

    think about this first. i took a 150 watt x 2 memphis amp and ran it to just the front doors. so far i have left the back with just the deck to run it. i have litterally shocked anyone who has heard it. those jbls are not the cheap ones. all that is lacking is bass. even the car stereo guys that i always put my trust in were shocked. it is soo loud. now if anyone canhelp with finding a place to put even and 8" sub. my system will be more than adequate for me.

    dont change the door speakers give them power, and thank me later. but dont go cheap.

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    The midbass is 7" and the midrange is 2".

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    Talking JL now make a stealth box for DC

    I called JL Audio and the stealth box for the center storage is out now.
    Quote Originally Posted by erbavor
    the front is the six and 1/2 with what i am pretty sure is a 1" tweeter next to it and another 1" in the door jam. in back is a 5 and 1/4.

    think about this first. i took a 150 watt x 2 memphis amp and ran it to just the front doors. so far i have left the back with just the deck to run it. i have litterally shocked anyone who has heard it. those jbls are not the cheap ones. all that is lacking is bass. even the car stereo guys that i always put my trust in were shocked. it is soo loud. now if anyone canhelp with finding a place to put even and 8" sub. my system will be more than adequate for me.

    dont change the door speakers give them power, and thank me later. but dont go cheap.

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