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Speaker Oops

Long story short my bro-in-law was responsible for this, the guard is what I am worried about, the speaker I will just have to deal with,


I would like to turn this oops into a new interior modification, I thought about replacing the guard with criss crossed steel, like the bumper cover inserts that you see sitting in the clearance bins at Autozone. Any other ideas for a new mod? Much Appreciated, Blades
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The stock grills seem to work great! It doesn't look too damaged though. If you have the patience you could probably glue that back together.
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glue it
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The stock grills seem to work great! It doesn't look too damaged though. If you have the patience you could probably glue that back together.
^x2. get some crazy glue and take the door panel off.
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Ya I know that I can glue it but I have been wanting to do something other than the stock grille. "IF" I couldn't glue it,(although I know I can) what would you all suggest for replacing it with a aftermarket modified look? Thanks guys, Ben
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maybe some speaker grills. im not sure.
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cut them all out and sand the edges down, and just tape some speaker mesh behind the door
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^^^ My suggestion too.

But really... just glue it. I think it would look kinda silly otherwise.
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I'm gonna look around at what materials I could ponder on and then decide. Seems like everything is silly until we grow ***** and do it lol!! Carputer, how silly hehehahahehehaha, no just playin' with ya Kyle lol, Blades
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