My most recent project was a sound system upgrade using factory parts. A friend of mine parted out a Dodge Ram SRT10 and I scored the speakers and RB4 head unit from it. I really wanted the 6x9's and while he was shipping those I got the 5.25" 2-ways, the 3" 2-ways, and the center channel tweeter. I wanted to put the 3" speakers in my dash but they are too deep and I gave up on that idea. By chance, I grabbed the center tweeter and noticed that it had the same plug as the tweets in the Jeep. Turned out it was the same tweeter (slightly different part number but sounds the same) so I used it to replace the fried passenger's side tweeter. Here they are beside each other:
The 6x9's fit but took a bit of modification. First, the frames on the factory WJ 6x9's are plastic and they have a relatively small magnet. The Ram 6x9's have metal frames and a much larger magnet. Here they are beside each other. Jeep on right and Ram on left.
Jeep on top and Ram on bottom:
Ram speaker is open:
In this picture, you can see the raised plastic shoulder around the speaker cone.
This shoulder interfered with the door panel on the WJ so I grabbed the Dremel with a cut off wheel and went to work. I set the Dremel speed to 6 and took my time, trimming it in the areas that interfered. You can see the trimming these pictures:
Passenger's door speaker that is complete:
Finally, I installed the RB4 in the Jeep. (I am currently missing the satellite antenna which he will ship to me next week.) Plugged in the changer, power, and antenna then slid it into place. Turned on the ignition and voila! Note the CD playing - it was in the head unit when the truck rolled 3+ times. During the couple power-ons the boot screen showed the Dodge screen. After I started the jeep, drove it to the store, shut it off, and restarted it the screen updated to show the classic Jeep block letters that match the lettering on the steering wheel.
With the bezel reinstalled:
One last thought... I replaced all of the door panel clips when I put it back together. Definitely worth the money in my book.