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fuzzydog
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rear speakers

Postby fuzzydog » Sun May 26, 2013 4:57 am



Is it possible to install rear speaker and fader (the kit from Cyclemax) on my 93 1500 interstate .I just have am Fm .



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Re: rear speakers

Postby WingAdmin » Sun May 26, 2013 12:17 pm

fuzzydog wrote:Is it possible to install rear speaker and fader (the kit from Cyclemax) on my 93 1500 interstate .I just have am Fm .


You should be able to. The fader just divides the output between front and back. It will be a bit of wiring, but it's certainly possible.

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Re: rear speakers

Postby hossman » Sun May 26, 2013 1:15 pm

Yes, I just installed Polk audio Db501's in front and back. minimal trimming needed to make them fit but well worth the extra $$$. Ordered the fader kit off e-bay...direct plug and play. Fader connections are made behind panel above reverse control handle and rear speaker plug is found under seat(black plug). front speakers mounts modified with a pair of side cutters, rear speakers need to be trimmed slightly with tin snips(very easy). bought everything off ebay..


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