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      04-10-2014, 09:13 PM   #1
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pictures wanted of speaker install

I have a 2009 e90 sedan. I cant find a good spot for the crossovers. it seems to get in the way or the wires get in the way. this is for the front door . what are you using to attach to the door
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There are a couple of different kinds of front door.

There are a couple of different kinds of front door.
The coupe is different than the sedan/ wagon.

There is a picture of what I did in my install procedure
for my wagon. I hollowed out the foam in the bottom corner
and also Velco ed the thing to the particle board material on the
panel.(see link )
Also gaffers tape holds the wires in place.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/attach...3&d=1329017429

The coupe is more difficult can't help you there.
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Hot glue it to the door board
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thanks for the pictures. I didn't cut the foam like you did. i'll have to try that next
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Cutting the foam makes a nice secure pocket.

Cutting the foam makes a nice secure pocket.
I eyeballed this pretty much it helps if you put the
crossover in place first so you can keep trying the fit
as you carve out the foam.
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