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Old 04-07-2014, 02:14 PM
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I think we both mean different screws.
I searched for a picture.
This are the screws I referred and are hex by our boat.
Those are mounting screws. Mine are Phillips.

Do you have coax or components?

If the Allen screws are not stripped then find the correct size wrench.
If you are using a all in one hand held kit then I would not be surprised that you can't find the right size. There are a lot of metric and standard wrenches. Keep looking for one that fits.
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Old 04-08-2014, 04:33 AM
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Thank you sir for the help.
I think it are coax speakers, because of the small speaker in the middle.

Tried 1/8 and 5/32 inch and 3 and 4 mm hex. So I'm going to searche a 9/64 inch and 3.5 mm.
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Old 04-08-2014, 04:27 PM
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Thank you sir for the help.
I think it are coax speakers, because of the small speaker in the middle.

Tried 1/8 and 5/32 inch and 3 and 4 mm hex. So I'm going to searche a 9/64 inch and 3.5 mm.
If your speakers are like mine with the tweeter built into the grill then you have coax.

If the speakers are like the OP in this thread where the tweeter is mounted off to the side of the speaker then you have components.

Since you have coax speakers, I would recommend putting the led on the outside of the grills. The OP put is towards the center. I speak from experience when I say the coax tweeter blocks a lot of the light. I had to move the led out so the speaker would light up. The OP's way works very well with component style speakers because the center is open. Just trying to save you time. If you want to try the two ways tape the led in place and use a battery to light it up. Move the led around until you find the way that fits your need best. Then silicon or glue in the led. Note that superglue works but from experience over time the glue pops free and the led bounced around. Careful with hot glue bc you can melt the resistor for the LEDs. I used hot glue and was careful.

Good luck on the Allen wrench. I would go back with Phillips when you put the speakers back in.
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Old 04-09-2014, 05:04 AM
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There are some helpfull tips
I will keep those tips in mind and use them.
Today I'm going to buy the right allen hopefuly .
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