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Rear coax that fit perfectly. This is a statement, not a question.
AI rear spacers, my second set. They always fit perfect. The 3 screws that hold the adapter to the door dont hold it exactly flush, but who cares, its just for coaxials. The 4 holes for the speaker are drilled further into the door metal. Otherwise the included screws are too thick for the spacer and would push it out. Kind of a dumb design. That in turn helps secure the spacer to the door again with the next 4 screws. The rear doors dont have a depth issue, but they have the tweeter protrusion issue. I finally found some coax which use the sunken tweeter design. I haven't even powered these and don't plan to for a while. That is because all my RCAs are set up for active right now. But when I get tired of my amp for a while, (which will happen), then I might give them a listen off the deck power.