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What size speakers are in a 1991 ford F150?

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2006-04-04 16:05:35
2006-04-04 16:05:35

It depends on what size cab u have. I have an 89 regular cab and I only have one pair of speakers, they're 6.5" in the door speakers. I'm pretty sure that extended cabs have 6.5" up front and 5x7 in the rear

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