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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-15-2014, 09:03 PM Thread Starter
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Tweeter/crossover install question

Finally decided to to the audio project I have been putting off....amp and component speaker upgrade in my 2013 Road glide.

Got the speaker adapters and speakers mounted..(pain in the ass to get the adapter rings to mount up)...took out the oil/air temp gauges to mount the tweeters and of course the holes are to big.

What is the best, most secure way to mount the tweeters in the hole's ?

Also, where did everyone mount the crossover's..? Mine are a little smaller than a deck of cards.I don't really want to drill into the inner fairing at all...was thinking about some industrial hook and loop velcro...not the fuzzy stuff but the heavy duty stuff like they us on an e-z pass, or whatever you guys call that device, you mount on your windshield that charges your credit card when u go through a toll booth.

I did a search but really only found a few random threads.

thanks for the help

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Heavy duty Velcro works fine for the crossovers, also have you thought about getting mesh grills and mounting the tweeters there?

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Heavy duty Velcro works fine for the crossovers, also have you thought about getting mesh grills and mounting the tweeters there?

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You mean cutting the metal grill mto hold the tweeter..? How would you secure it...cut small and static fit it ?

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