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    Default 1995 Chevrolet Suburban

    I feel pretty dumb right now but I'll take some help if anyone has answers.
    I purchased two sets of the Polk DB650 speakers to replace the stock speakers in my Suburban. I've run into a few problems.
    1. Front Door: How do you take this thing apart? On most cars you simply pull the panel off and you can get into the back side of the door panel. This car seems different. Sugggestions?
    2. The front door is supposed to use a 6.5" speaker. The DB650 has a built in tweeter; however, the car has its own tweeter in the front part of the arm rest. What to do?
    3. Rear Door: There is a curved plastic panel that I was able to pop off the door panel. Behind this plastic panel is the stock speaker. Polk says that the DB650 is supposed to fit (6.5") but the stock speaker has a 6.75" mounting pattern. Also, the tweeter on the Polk speaker protudes too far forward to fit behind the curved plastic panel that snaps into the door panel. Again, short of butchering the door how do I get this stuff to fit?

    Thanks for any assistance.

    LHB

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