How to Make Speaker Adapter Brackets – ABS Plastic – CarAudioFabrication

How to Make Speaker Adapter Brackets  – ABS Plastic – CarAudioFabrication

When you want to install an aftermarket speaker into a car you are likely going to need a speaker adapter bracket. Now there are pre-made options out there, but many times they don’t perfectly fit the speaker you want to use and may be made with a thin material. Let’s custom make our own adapter brackets out of ABS using an MDF template that we create using the stock speaker grill!

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