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I answered this in the thread above, but here it is again.
I replaced mine over the weekend. They are definately 6x9
in the front and 6.5" in the back. You have to use the basket
piece from the old speakers in the front and the back and you
have to cut out the old speakers from the baskets. You actually
have to screw the new speaker into the basket. Also I didnt
change out the tweeters in the dash, but the plastic grille over
the speaker comes right off. Just pry at the corners and it will
lift up. The stock speakers are real pieces of crap, the magnets are
like 1" across. Here are the pics with the new speakers installed.
 

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Hey Bayou39-Thanks alot...thats just what I needed to know. I've got a Silver/Black and Grey Interior DC SR5 4WD...I'm curious if you've settled on a subwoofer yet and how and where are you mounting it? Thanks...DAcat :sleep:
I have the same truck and interior as you. My truck actually came with the back underseat storage unit. So I dont know what Im going to do about a sub yet. I definately plan on putting one in soon though. I still have to hook up an amp for the other speakers. Do you know where the factory amp is?
I read somewhere that its under the front passenger seat, but I dont see anything there.
 

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Someone said that only the JBL head units have an external amp under the front passenger seat. The non-JBL head units are built into the radio.
Here is the old crappy back speaker................
 

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Where did you buy that sony sub ? How much did it go for ?
Have you ever heard one ?
 
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