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Old 02-09-2013, 07:48 PM   #1
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Default Question about replacing door speakers in an SC2

Hi everyone, I couldn't find an answer to this, but sorry if this has been posted before. I'm currently in the process of replacing my stock door speakers. I started with the passenger side. After unscrewing the T15s I there was some sort of adapter of some kind with a backing (like a bowl) that was in the speaker hole. I have bought proper adapters to make sure my speakers fit, but I was not sure whether to attach the speaker to the adapter, but keep the bowl backing(sorry if it has a name, but I'll just call it that for now) in the speaker hole, or to just dump the bowl backing and just use my new adapters. I was afraid that the backing was needed, so (after much difficulty) managed to attach the speaker to the adapter over this stock backing. But did I need to? I haven't done the driver's side and want to know do I just use my new adapters or do I need to keep this bowl backing(maybe it's to protect the speakers)? Any help is much appreciated! Thank you very much.

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Old 02-09-2013, 09:00 PM   #2
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Welcome to the Board.

Not 100% sure what you are calling a bowl but many years of the S-series use a plastic piece behind the speaker. I suspect that it acts as a water deflector. If you can get it on the new speakers then you should.
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