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    i have blown a speaker in my 98 mustang... i was wondering how much it wouild cost to have it repaired or replaced... thank you

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    I've got one I'll send you for $10 + shipping. I took them out of my 2000 mustang when I put in my polks. I believe they're the exact same size. If you're interested, let me know.
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    Actually, I've got all four, if you'd like to replace any of the other ones...
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    well... id rather just buy me some new ones and have someone put them in for me, i have no idea about speakers and such, and my parents are paranoid about hackers and **** for their credit cards and all that, so they wouldnt even let me buy them from you, if i can get them to change their minds ill buy yours and like have a car person put it in, but if not then thanks but no thanks. =]

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    you dont happen to live in the corpus christi area do you?
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    generally, it's not cost-effective to replace one speaker with a stock; you can spend a teeny bit more and get better stuff. what's your budget for this?
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    i actualy live in NE houston, and my budget i would say is no more than $50

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    Well, as far as replacing the speaker, it couldn't be easier. If you can get the door panel off, all you do is unscrew 4 screws, unplug the clip, plug the clip on the new one, screw the 4 screws back in, and you're done. As far as the fraud thing, I don't have any way to take a credit card, so you could just send me a check for the shipping, then once you get it, pay me for the rest. Like I said, they're just sitting on a shelf in my basement doing nothing right now. I'm either going to sell them on eBay and put in some cheap speakers when I sell my car, or just save them and put them back in if I ever sell it. It's up to you.
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    austin is giving you a good deal man, youre not going to be able to buy only 1 speaker from anywhere else
    plus, if you go to the dealer to get a replacement, itll cost you a lot more
    do it yourself, its so easy---if you have a friend thats ever taken a panel off in his life, let him help, its not a hard thing to do, find the clip-pull-voila
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    well, you can get two pioneer TS-A6870R 6x8's for $50, or two polk EX357 6x8's for $50. these would replace the stock speakers. i'd go for the polk, cause this speaker seems better-designed than the pioneer - namely, there's less crap in front of the cone to get in the way of the sound.

    can anyone confirm that they are indeed 6x8's?
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    Nope, mustangs are 5x7's. I had a heck of a time getting my MM6's in there, but it finally fit. The door panel bulges very slightly on the inside of the door cause it hits the side of the frame, but you can't see it when the door is closed. I wanted them to fit behind the stock grilles so fortunately, the door was deep enough stock to fit it.
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    Man, 5x7's are a PITA.
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    not any worse than 4x6s...
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    Certainly not worse ;) but there are lots of cars with 5x7's. My fiance's old sundance had them... I put a set of ford stock 5x7's in there, and I had to mill the basket just to put 2 of the 4 screws in... I wonder if the dealer ever figured that out? They sounded good at least.
    I guess the 5x7 prob is that there's lots of them, but none fit each other.
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