This video shows the process of changing out your Chieftain speakers. It also show the dramatic difference in sound quality if you play the video on something with good sound capability.
Yes, thanks. I can do that now. The first time I pulled them off, they were a bit tighter. I tried with just my fingers first but couldn't get a grip. The coated screw driver was a safe way to get my fingers behind the grill.Pretty good, but you can pull the speaker grils off with your fingers. No need to use a screwdriver.
If you are referring to the concert audio lids, according to Indian website they take 6.5" marine grade speakers. I don't have the lids yet so cannot verify this. Polk Audio DB-651 are 6.5 inch and all Polk DB-xx speakers are marine grade. I could only assume that they would fit without being able to verify personally.what type of speaker would I use in the saddle bags-brand/model
When I bought my Chieftain, the kit was handed to me by my salesman in a giant ziploc along with owner's manual, tire pressure gauge, oil cap removal tool... Etc.In the video, you mention the Indian Tool kit. Is this on the bike from the factory or something ordered later? If it's on the bike....WHERE?