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Old 10-29-2010, 01:58 PM   #1
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Changing Stereo and Speakers

Hello everyone. I just joined this forum - I am a 'new' trailer owner (but my trailer isn't new). I purchase a '92 30' Prowler 5'er on a campsite - it is stationary. I have been collecting items to upgrade it next spring. I found out about the thermostat upgrade on the net so I bought a Hunter (modified it with switch). I want to change the speakers that are in the ceiling and the stereo. For the stereo I am getting a 'same fit' replacement (cassette, no cd player) but new - the original is 18yrs old and showing its age (tuner). The neat thing is my wife is a big country fan (old and new) and has a ton of cassettes that she has not listened to in years until we bought the trailer.
My question is: Does anyone know what size the ceiling speakers are in a Prowler? I realize they can very but I figure there is a standard size that is installed. I would check myself but I can't go to the campsite until spring (closed for the season). I wanted to purchase ahead as I have found some good deals. I think the speakers where about 5" but not sure. I do not think they where as big as 6.5", maybe 5.25". If they are 5" I can install 5.25".
Any help is appreciated.
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Old 10-30-2010, 08:40 AM   #2
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Speakers can vary in size and ohms. The best thing to do is pull one of the speakers and take it with you when you purchase new ones. It will save a lot of headaches.
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