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how to replace speakers in new goat

How do you replace the crappy speakers? I got the doorpanels pulled back (my old lady had to hold them) and replaced the paper door speakers. I don't even want to try to tear apart the rear panels to get to the rear speakers. Anyone know how to get to them without destroying everything?
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There are many threads on this do a search, or go to ls1gto.com and do the same.
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Removing the bottom rear seats allow full access to remove the panel.
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