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    Quote Originally Posted by iam View Post
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    Thanks!!
    I don't think it's available at an internet shop, as it is an offical toyota spare part.
    But your toyota dealer should be able to get one for you..!!!
    I'll try to find the bill and post the part number..
    Thanks alot! I'd really appreciate that!

    Have you got any further plans for your car setup? I believe it can provide a very interesting environment for developing a high end audio system. What do you think?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qpwoeiruty999 View Post
    Thanks alot! I'd really appreciate that!

    Have you got any further plans for your car setup? I believe it can provide a very interesting environment for developing a high end audio system. What do you think?
    Well, unfortunately it's my company car, and I might keep it for a litle bit more than a year before I'll get a new one.
    The only thing I'm still thinking of is getting the subwoofer which has been made for my specail amp and put it inside my spare tire.
    I'm not so sure yet if all the tools and spare parts I keep in the trunk will start to rattle..

    What do you think.
    Sorry, I'll have to look for the number tomorrow...

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    So, I've finally got the part number now.
    I'm not sure if it's international, but here it is 70-55405-05160
    Hope that helps

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    Thanks alot for your precious info!

    Now, since you're going to have the car for a limited period, have you thought of going active ? If you have a 4 channel amplifier, you could buy an active crossover (2-way) and put 2 midbasses and 2 tweeters in front. This way, you can have enough control over your speakers, you'll have a nice frontstage and when you return your company's car, you'll be left with something that will be easily accomodated into your next install.

    I can only suggest, that you might like to use some Dayton's components.

    http://www.partsexpress.com/webpage.cfm?WebPage_ID=114

    I would prefere those 7"
    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...number=295-374
    if you can put them in the front door panels
    OR the 6"
    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...number=295-372

    I believe, that both (especially the 7"), can go pretty low (40-50 Hz), providing you with enough bass.

    For tweeters, you could use those
    http://www.partsexpress.com/pe/pshow...number=275-130

    If you like "warmer" sound from you tweeters, you could try to find some nice silk dome ones.

    The above, i believe that will be a nice (also quite cheap) solution, for a quality frontstage (at least this would be my personal preference, if i was in a similar situation like you).

    I can provide you also with any other suggestion you might want!!!

    Again thanks for your info!!!

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    Thanks for all that detailed information.
    For the moment I think I'll stick with the amplifier I've got, was rather expensive, and has an aux in...
    But it's true, the speakers are not the best...
    I once had a look at the way the original speakers where mounted, and it seemed to me to be quite complicated to remove them without breaking anything.
    do you have any experience?

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    Now this is something else... looks a lot better. Nice work Iam. Any other pics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cris View Post
    Now this is something else... looks a lot better. Nice work Iam. Any other pics?
    Cris, how is that wayback machine ?

    This was a 4 month old thread....
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