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Universal fit between 6 1/2 & 5 1/4 requires you snap off tabs to make the 6 1/2 fit. The issue is the 6 1/2 screw holes are slotted which allows the screws to wander and drive in on an angle. I used these for my Sierra crew cab rear speakers and some Metra adapters for the front. The Metras are a much better product. These will do the job, but there is better available (Metra 82-3006).
I would have retuned them but been to busy at work. All of my speakers went out in my truck and was only able to get one door fixed because I have been working to many hours. I guess I will just keep the other three in case this one goes out. Don’t like the music to loud but having a working speaker and not just one tweeter at least let’s me hear the music. Maybe this was not the problem and the speakers Amazon recommended could have been the issue.
While the shape and holes line up perfect to the door, these have to be heavily modified to use 6.5in speakers. I had a pair of 3-way RFs and I had to remove all the inner tabs on these to get them to mount flush to the speaker. The RFs came with long metal screws that did not work to well with these adapters. Installing it in a 2007 Silverado was a little bit of a pain because of the length of the speaker screws were hitting the metal part of the door. I ended up have to cut a little bit off the top two screws to get it to sit properly. I have seen Kicker speakers work a lot better with this adapters then RFs. Note to manufacture: It would be nice if the 4 main outer screw hole were more robust, maybe an actual screw hole instead of a u-shape cut out.
They do fit on a 2011 Silverado perfectly. But in order to fit a 6.5 speaker you do got to do a little bit of cutting (of the inner tabs) and drilling some holes. Which it doesn't leave a lot of room to get some good secure holes on em because of how thin it is where one would be able to drill the screws on to. But other than that if you can get the screws in. It seems to hold on well enough.
Fits a 2010 Chevy Silverado's back door the length and width are correct but the height of it reaching from the metal door to the door panel is off . The factory is higher than what you get . I had to get 1 and a half inch foam tape and put that around the speaker to get the height right . If not there will be some sound bouncing around between your metal door and the door panel.
The adapters are light weight which was usable for the Wal-Mart speakers I used, other speakers that I had purchased from Amazon weighed twice as much and would have required cutting the adapter so that the magnet would fit probably would have worked but may not have held up over time. I returned the Amazon speakers and used the Wal- Mart speakers.