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88birdmobile Offline
Im going to replace the stock speakers in my 88 with type s alpine's. Does anyone know where I can get a set of adapters so I dont have cut into the harness. Any help is appreciated.

[This message has been edited by 88birdmobile (edited 06-19-2004).]
88TC rebuilt a4ld, 8ua, gillis @ 17, K&N on vam, stock size exhaust(dual flowmasters and no cat), 255 walbro pump, kirban afpr, HKS SSQV blowoff valve, T5 coming soon

PetzJC Offline
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Do not know if you have the speakers already, but if you go throught Crutchfield out of Virginia, they include the correct "adapters" for your car/speaker combination. or (888)474-7339

88 Silver T/C, original owner, 254,000 miles
Loaded except leather & auto trans
K&N, Gillis, SVO roller #1, big SS valves, ported intake, head, & exhaust
Polyurethane bushings throughout, Goodyear GT-HR 235/55R16's
Former owner of 88 Silver T/C, loaded (except leather & A/T), original owner, 294,815 miles!!!
K&N, Gillis(18 psi), SVO roller #1, big SS valves, ported intake, head, & exhaust.
Short block & turbo original/untouched, spec-II/III clutch combo.
Polyurethane bushings throughout, Goodyear GT-HR 235/55R16

Nate K Offline
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Crutchfield ROCKS! I've ordered from them numerous times. Excellent service, tech support and best of all a no hassle return policy. Prices are average going rate, sometimes find some great deals in their clearance or specials sections. By far one of the best places to deal with.
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Alaskanzeus Offline
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Well if i was going to suggest anyone it would be crutchfield they do rock, but i dont like using stock speaker wire with high fidelity sound systems so i rewired the whole car. I now have a 600w Rockford Fosgate Amp running 4 Alpines and a 2 Eclipse 12 inch subs cutting out the rear deck so the speakers aim straight up into the cabin and dont muffle in the trunk. Had the boxes and carpeting put in the trunk with the amps bolted down covered with fans and plastic covering em. Very nice work and not to expensive. good luck!

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