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Select Increments JKU-Pods

Install 6-1/2" or 6-3/4" speakers in 2007-up 4-door Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited vehicles

MFR # JKU-POD

Select Increments JKU-Pods

Select Increments JKU-Pods

Install 6-1/2" or 6-3/4" speakers in 2007-up 4-door Jeep Wrangler JK Unlimited vehicles

MFR # JKU-POD

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Select Increments JKU-Pods

Crutchfield customer from Redwood City, CA on 9/13/2020

2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (JK)

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AWESOME

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Excellent addition

Crutchfield customer from Chicago, IL on 8/26/2020

2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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I love true surround sound in my vehicles and finally decided to upgrade the entire system in my 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. I bought the pods because I felt that rear passengers were not going to get the same experience as the driver and front passenger, especially with the soundbar speakers firing straight down in front of their seated positions. These pods allow for my rear passengers to experience the same great sound that I experience, firing directly towards their ears so they aren't being overpowered by the bass coming from the subwoofer box that is directly behind their seating area. I greatly appreciate that Select Increments thought of this design and option for the jeep, especially pods with the option of installing component speakers. The depth was perfect for the massive infinity speakers I placed in them.

Pros: Excellent placement for additional sound in the jeep

Cons: The slot for the tweeter did not provide a way to secure the tweeter other than to glue it in place.

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Joseph from Oak Creek, WI on 2/19/2019

2016 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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Fit pretty good, look nice. Pretty easy install.

Pros: Look nice, fit well.

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Made it work

Chris from Newnan, GA on 7/16/2018

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Used in my LJ. Back pokes out a bit in the NX top that i have but its not made for my type of jeep. I can live with it. Put right behind the head rest. Did not use the bottom mounting hole because it was far away from the roll bar. Drilled a hole inside of the pod that put the screw closer to the roll bar. Cut out a little bit of foam from my roll bar to make them fit but I think they came out OK.

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Cons: Back pokes out really far. Rubs the NX series of bestops

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Do 7.7 in speakers fit

Joseph from Denver on 10/24/2017

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Bought these awhile back for my 2013 jeep unlimited. I had hopes of them fitting a 7.7 inch speaker. I Through my 6.5 inch ones in. I finally got around to to buying JL audio marine M770 ccx speakers, which are the 7.7 inch ones with the built in crossovers. If you are wanting a 7.7 inch they will fit if you open up the hole. I just used my Dremel and cut notches for the wider parts of the basket and then opened the hole up a little. JL's have a big basket and are deep. They fit fine. Do take care when you cut your hole to angel the wide crossover toward the spot for the tweeter. It is the widest inside. Installing the pods on the Jeep is a little tricky but it's definitely something you can do yourself if you have some basic skills. When the Pod mounts up and you drill in your screws they barely grab the row bar. as long as you hit it they mount pretty secure. Install directions are written well and provide pictures however there in black and white. Go to their web page and they have color photos which makes it a easier. I would buy these again for sure. The other review is spot on! The Do get blocked by the headrest. I just fold the seat down then fold them up and hold the head rest down to it does not lock back in place. Then I take Para cord and just tie them down out of the way. Or you tube jeep head rest hack and there is a video on how to pull the locking spring and zip tie it and tuck it out of sight. put them back to normal pull zip and clip spring

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Jeff from FL on 3/13/2017

2012 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

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I might adjust this rating later since I have not put the speakers in the pods yet, but I do have them screwed into the rollbar and have dynamat'ed them. I really am giving the reason for the missing star. I don't know why the designers would have the speakers pointing partially downward and also not criss-cross, across the cabin as I've come to read is the best way to point speakers from the rear. They would indeed point right into a rear-seat passenger's ears, but in a downward manner such that the sound is pointed at the lower part of the front seat. Why not have designed them to point level on the front passenger's ear plane? I have yet to hear the how they sound, but I'm going to put very high-end Hertz 165p.3 component speakers in them so I can't imagine that they'd sound bad no matter what direction they're pointed. Once screwed in, they feel sturdy. The plastic is probably 1/8" thick or so in most places but is 3/16 where the tweeter hole would be sawed out, as I have done that. With dynamat in there they feel quite solid and have that thud, vs ping.

Pros: Sturdy

Cons: Direction they point. Of course anything is better than the soundbar speakers pointing straight down to the floor where the sound gets absorbed by the dynapad I've installed.

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