Great fit to the door, but not the door panel.
2010 Chevrolet Silverado
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These came with my four 6.75" Kicker speakers for my 2010 Silverado 1500 crew cab. I had to procure my own screws because they do not come with any and I had to figure out what size to use. Unexpected, but no big deal. Once the speakers are mounted to these brackets, they fit right into the factory holes in the metal of your doors. I ran into 2 problems. First, they do come with a gasket to go between the bracket and the sheet metal of the door. Fortunately, I was able to peel away the thin foam mounting gaskets from the back of the factory speaker brackets and reuse them. Secondly, since the depth of the bracket is about 2.5" shallower than the factory one, a 2.5" gap was left between my speaker and the sound opening of my door panel. This causes your sound to bounce around inside your doors reverberating and booming. This is why the factory speakers also have thick foam baffles on the front of them to couple them to the sound ports of the door panels. So...I could either buy some Fast Rings or make some. The price is ridiculous, so I opted to get some 1" thick foam from Hobby Lobby. I cut the foam into 2.5" wide strips to surround the circumference of the brackets. I used some 3M super bonding spray adhesive to attach the foam around the brackets to form the tunnel gaskets. Then I used 24" zip ties to cinch around the foam so no way will it come off the bracket. My home made foam baffles made all the difference in the world so take notice.
Pros: Made install easier.
Cons: May require purchase of baffle between speaker and door panel.