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Tweeter/Gauge Question

I am sure others have asked and I apologize if its been asked already.

I have a 2010 RG and I want to remove my Air Temp/Volt and put in some horns or tweeters. Is the gauge 2" so I have to get an adapter?
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I am sure others have asked and I apologize if its been asked already.

I have a 2010 RG and I want to remove my Air Temp/Volt and put in some horns or tweeters. Is the gauge 2" so I have to get an adapter?
Damn, I was just near my bike. I think 2", yes. I'll double check for you tomorrow. I know the Polk MM tweets fit perfectly. The bars are kind of in the way but there's tweets where the air/volt were. Same tweets as in the grilles.


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Damn, I was just near my bike. I think 2", yes. I'll double check for you tomorrow. I know the Polk MM tweets fit perfectly. The bars are kind of in the way but there's tweets where the air/volt were. Same tweets as in the grilles.
Those are the ones I was looking at. Its throwing me off because it says 1" but the gauges are 2" so how would they lock in place?
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Those are the ones I was looking at. Its throwing me off because it says 1" but the gauges are 2" so how would they lock in place?
Just like every other tweeter. Usually they give you multiple mounting options. The Polk don't require any hole modification. I just glued the lock ring so it could rattle loose.



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Just like every other tweeter. Usually they give you multiple mounting options. The Polk don't require any hole modification. I just glued the lock ring so it could rattle loose.

Damn look at how clean that install is. WOW. Great info. If I showed you my wiring nightmare you would squirm LOL
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