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Old September 6th, 2016, 05:05 PM
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Defender rear speaker panel for 6 1/2" speakers

This is the solution for mounting 6 ˝ rear speakers in hard top Defender 90’s and Defender 110’s.

As some of you may know, I have been working on this for some time now. I'm happy to say I have installed 5 of the kits now, and I a ready to offer them for sale.

Made from Baltic Brich ply and professionally upholstered, this panel system is a replacement for the stock, existing above door rear panel. The new panel mounts solidly above the tail-door, utilizing 4 brackets that hold the stock panel in place. The speaker surrounds accept a 6 ˝” round speaker, also increasing the enclosure volume. The stock grab handles may also be used, or omitted for a clean look.

Upholstered with Katzkin Automotive Leather, the system has a very stock look and a good colour match to the existing trim,(a variety of other colours are also available). Even with all of the contours, and rounded face edges, there are no seams or wrinkles in the finish.

The system has been designed to fit with Land Rover “build tolerances” in mind. A universal fit, installation is simple and lines up nicely with existing trim and headliner, and also fits flush to the top of the rear door seal.

Included in the kit is the main panel, 2 surrounds, all required stainless hardware for mounting, and a complete set of detailed step by step installation instructions with photos.

Price for the panel and surround kit is $525, with shipping in the continental US an additional $39.

These are made to order panels, and production time is about 7-10 days. Please feel free to contact me with any questions you may have about this panel system.
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Old September 6th, 2016, 05:08 PM
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Will you be making the Soft Top NAS 90 speaker replacement holders?
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Old September 7th, 2016, 10:43 AM
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Will you be making the Soft Top NAS 90 speaker replacement holders?
Are you referring to the speaker enclosiures in front of where the rear seat belts wind up?
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Old September 7th, 2016, 01:57 PM
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where the rear seat belts end up on a ST
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ID:	157156Scott, can't figure out how to send you a pic in PM so here is what I did. Sorry yours looks so much better but I could not wait... These boxes are for golf carts, weatherproof and come with a 1.5 inch tweeter and a cone mid range on the opposite side. A 6.5 inch hole for your own speaker and a simple plug and play port on the side for wire hook up.
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Old September 7th, 2016, 07:55 PM
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Looks pretty straight forward. How does it mount to the truck? How is the sound quality?

If you ever want to get your speakers up top, I'll make a panel for you. I wanted the speakers up higher, figuring with the Puma rear seat being taller, a lower down speaker would lose a lot of sound right in to the back of the seats.
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