12 hours ago, circeseye said:
ah yea...but instead of wood get yourself a piece of sheet metal (or other metal) home depot, ace, lowes, all carry small sheets, different thicknesses. (wood is thick so) then cut it to size and hole for speaker...then use a silicon caulking around where it attaches to car then screw it on....
but look on amazon...they have a lot of 8" speakers, even 3 ways...maybe even a 6x8 then less hole to fill
I don't have lowes or ace and ordering from amazon takes weeks to arrive. I can go to home depot and get the things I need there
Also I found that the speakers are so old that the wire that connects to the voice coil is so bad that it has a bad connection and this causes the distortion. So the only way is to replace the speakers.