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Im gonna get 4 Alpine SPR-17C speakers for my JK. The mounting depth is 2.32 inches. Is this shallow enough? i couldnt find anywhere what the maximum mounting depth is for the jeep roll back and dash speakers.

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I liked it better as a "peaker question"
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GOTO Crutchfield.com. You can type in your vehicle and they will tell you what speakers fit where. HTH

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Yes, you're fine. I run Polk MM6501's in the dash and MM651's in the soundbar, both of which are (slightly) deeper than the Alpines.

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Yes, you're fine. I run Polk MM6501's in the dash and MM651's in the soundbar, both of which have are (slightly) deeper than the Alpines.
thanks man this is what i was hoping to heaR

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thanks man this is what i was hoping to heaR
No problem BTW, I would recommend stuffing the dash pods and soundbar with polyfill. Just cut open an old non-down pillow and pack some stuffing in to the enclosures to reduce rattling and improve bass response. Lining the enclosure walls with sound deadener (Dynamat or similar) will also greatly improve your sound.
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No problem BTW, I would recommend stuffing the dash pods and soundbar with polyfill. Just cut open an old non-down pillow and pack some stuffing in to the enclosures to reduce rattling and improve bass response. Lining the enclosure walls with sound deadener (Dynamat or similar) will also greatly improve your sound.
sweet. thanks for the advice. i will def do that

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