lovin' my first car
Join Date: Apr 2007
location: New York, NY
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i have a set of polk audio 6x9 speakers that me and my co-worker initially has trouble lining up the speaker holes, but found out that its just the amount of space that is available to work with underneath was limited. we were able to line them up and get all the screws back down.
as for the speaker grills, i probably only have like 1 or 2 tabs remaining on each grille, but the grills fit nice and flush with these speakers installed. they are top mounted too just like the factory 6x9's. you cant even tell anything was done in the rear deck without opening the trunk.
i would probably just play around with the available tabs on the grills until they decide to snap in. if the speaker really is preventing the grill from snapping in properly, i would bottom-mount those speakers and that will definitely resolved any grille fitment issues. you have to appreciate those screws honda used in the rear decks. they are a pain in the a** to remove without a proper socket set, and will more than likely never loosen once tightened with your new speakers.
'07 NBP Accord EX-L V6 w/Navi- Mods - Accessories (Splash Guards, Wheel Locks, OEM fog lights, OEM door & moonroof visors, Decklid Spoiler, All season mats, Cassette Deck, Door Edge Guards), Polk Audio DB691 6x9 speakers
Coming Soon - 35% tint front and back, HFP gunmetal grey 17" wheels