About the Metra 82-7302 Speaker Mounting Brackets
Metra's 82-7302 brackets will allow you to install select 6-1/2" and 6-3/4" speakers in the factory speaker openings of select Hyundai and Kia vehicles. Please enter your vehicle information or call an Advisor at 1-888-955-6000 to confirm that these adapters are compatible with your vehicle. Warranty: 60 days.
What's in the box:
Metra 82-7302 Speaker Mounting Brackets owner's manual
- Two speaker adapter brackets
- Eight 1-1/2" Screws
Metra 82-7302 Speaker Mounting Brackets reviews
This review was collected as part of a promotion
More details on the Metra 82-7302 Speaker Mounting Brackets
Overview: As of 1/30/18, we recommend the 82-7302 for select Hyundai and Kia vehicles. The bracket is designed to allow easy replacement of the factory speakers with select aftermarket 6-1/2 and 6-3/4 speakers. Please enter your vehicle information to confirm fit.
6-3/4 Speakers: For a 6-3/4 speaker to fit in the opening of this bracket, the tabs around the inner speaker opening need to be removed. They are scored along the bottom for easy removal, but still may require pliers and a file.
6-1/2 Speakers: 6-1/2 speakers with the 3-hole or 4-hole bolt pattern can be mounted using the tabs around the inner perimeter of this bracket.
5-1/4 Speakers: While a 5-1/4 speaker will mount easily in this bracket given the bolt pattern, the frame of a typical 5-1/4 is more than 1/2" smaller than the opening in the bracket, making a 6-1/2 or 6-3/4 a better fit. When using a 5-1/4, a speaker baffle must also be used to seal the rear of the speaker.
- Inner Diameter: 5.762" (not accounting for the inner tabs)
- Height: 1.494"
- Three-Hole Tab Spacing (6-1/2): 4.547"-5.044"
- Symmetrical Four-Hole Tab Spacing (6-1/2):
- Perimeter: 3.685"-4.139"
- Diagonal: 5.264"-5.8"
- Ford Four-Hole Screw Spacing (6-1/2):
- Minor Axis: 3.685"-4.139"
- Major Axis: 4.547"-5.044"
- Four-Hole Spacing (6-3/4):
- Perimeter: 4.266"-4.576"
- Diagonal: 6.07"-6.385"
2 questions already asked
They fit my car great. I just had to rotate it to determine where all the holes line up. I did pop rivet it back in, but that was easy. I was impressed.I did make a little hole for the speaker wires to pass thru.
Ralph from Birmingham, AL