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Old 08-10-2017, 12:51 AM   #11
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I'm a Pioneer guy and just tried some of their 6.5" that I bought at Best Buy and they are way too small. What was the Polk model number? FYI, my factory Furrions say 6" in the back

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Old 08-10-2017, 01:28 AM   #12
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6.5. I'm a Pioneer guy for head units myself. I'll fetch the Amazon link for ya
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Here ya go.

(As dawniewest mentioned, you'll be disappointed with the sloppy hole cut and mounting screw placement for the oem. But these Polks are big enough to "cover")



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Here ya go.

(As dawniewest mentioned, you'll be disappointed with the sloppy hole cut and mounting screw placement for the oem. But these Polks are big enough to "cover")



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Excellent, thank you sir!

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Put some deeper Polk Audio 6.5 in the Aerolite.

Had to get some "spacers" to hold them farther out from the ceiling. (Similar to the outside speakers that came with the RV)

They still aren't audiophile quality. But a %200 improvement over those oem white furrions.


Polk is a great replacement option!


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