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Old 03-31-2024, 11:33 PM   #1
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What size speakers are in the cuddy and the sitting area? I pulled the blown speaker in the cuddy cabin. It measures 6" from mounting hole to mounting hole. The cut out for the speaker is about 5". Looking online it could be 5.25" or 6.5" speaker, seems to be in the middle of those so I am a little confused. No model number on the blown speaker to see which size. Anyone replace any of the speakers and can verify the speaker size.
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What size speakers are in the cuddy and the sitting area? I pulled the blown speaker in the cuddy cabin. It measures 6" from mounting hole to mounting hole. The cut out for the speaker is about 5". Looking online it could be 5.25" or 6.5" speaker, seems to be in the middle of those so I am a little confused. No model number on the blown speaker to see which size. Anyone replace any of the speakers and can verify the speaker size.
The only thing that matters is the diameter of the rough-cut opening and the depth. "About 5""??? Is that over 5" or under 5"? What are the rough-cut opening numbers?

Many 6.5" speakers have a rough cut opening of 5 -5.25" Measure the rough cut then look at the cut out requirements for the speakers.
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