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Old 28th June 2009, 11:09 PM   #1
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Default JBL Mid/Hi Modules

Couple of Ford/JBL Mid/Hih Modules from a Thunderbird Supercoupe i think. or possibly one of the Lincoln models with the upgraded JBL Sound system. These fit in a 6x8 speaker hole and each has a 4" mid Bass and 2" Dome tweeter. these sound very good and these would be an interesting mid/hi pack combined with a 10 or a 12" woofer. or a cool all in one truck speaker box maybe??

$25 plus a few bucks for shipping.

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