2nd Gen Subaru Legacy Rear Speaker Spacers (mounting brackets)
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These brackets allow you to install aftermarket speakers into the rear doors of a 2nd Generation Subaru Legacy (1995-1999). The rear doors on this generation of Legacy uses different bolt spacing than all other Subarus. I designed and made these brackets because I couldn't find anyone else that made them for this generation of Legacy.
I was able to fit 6.5" Alpine (SPS-610) speakers in the rear doors of my Subaru Legacy using this spacer.
no supports or rafts are needed. If using ABS I found that printing with a wide (25mm) brim can help prevent the tabs from warping.
I recommend printing with several upper and lower layers and infill of at least 30% since your self-tapping screws will need to bite into this to hold your speaker to the spacer.
For installation you'll need to use longer screws than what was used by the factory. You'll also want to use shorter self-tapping screws to hold your aftermarket speaker to the spacer.
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