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A:AnswerIf it’s the older style Tacoma, we won’t get them to fit without mods. I installed 4x6 with just enough space.
In my 2014 corolla, I pulled the door panel and used a grinder and fit these in there. Keep in mind the larger magnet: you don’t want your window to hit it when you roll it down, especially if you like hangin your arm out the window...
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A:Answer50 watt amp is basically same as most deck outputs. These speakers are rated 150 watts RMS I'd recommend a bigger amp and depending on how many of these you plan on installing makes big difference in the amp you should hunt down. I'm installing 4 in a Dodge avenger, powered by a 3200 watt 4 channel amp that runs 204 watts RMS to 4 different speakers. With kicker comp box with twin 12" speakers in the trunk powered by 1500 watt mono amp it should sound pretty good when finished. Currently putting in second skin through entire vehicle to maximize sound efficiency and block out everything else.
A:AnswerHel yea dude!! Just watch for distortion, that amp should have its gain at like 1 or 2, and we might not wanna let it send low notes below like 100hz, these speakers in my opinion are for mids and hi only.
A:AnswerPhil, if you signed up for the Best Buy yearly subscription perk benefit program with Best Buy, then the installation is free. If you didn't sign up for the extended yearly service, then I believe the charge may be atleast $50. But to be sure, please check with the store just to verify the correct amount.
A:AnswerThink about what you are asking… why would you not expect to have to do any wiring when these are not vehicle specific. Your 2008 oem speakers will have a soldered on connector that the wires connect with. To install these, you will need to use the wire that comes with them and either find a matching connector by googling it, or cut and splice these into the wires from your truck. 6x9 is a common side for most vehicles. U need to make sure the screw holes are in the correct place or u may need an adapter