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Removing and replacing G5 Tower Speakers


SandS

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I'm looking at the Uptice flag holder and side pull mounts for my G5 tower.  I have four icons on the tower, so I would have to remove the lower speaker to mount the flag holder then remount the speaker. How hard is it to remove and replace the speakers? I am NOT handy. Alternatively, is there a different flag pole mount out there that would work for the G5 with the Bimini out that wouldn't require removing the speaker?  

 

 

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22 minutes ago, SoonerLSV said:

I am looking for the same thing.  I have found this option but I don't know how sturdy it would be.

 

https://www.towerflags.com/product-page/malibu-gx-and-g5-bimini-frame-mount

Definitely an easier install.  Did you see that they're not filling orders between today and July 24?  The boss has tasked me with getting a flag mount on before 4th of July.  

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On 6/21/2021 at 5:02 PM, SandS said:

I'm looking at the Uptice flag holder and side pull mounts for my G5 tower.  I have four icons on the tower, so I would have to remove the lower speaker to mount the flag holder then remount the speaker. How hard is it to remove and replace the speakers? I am NOT handy. Alternatively, is there a different flag pole mount out there that would work for the G5 with the Bimini out that wouldn't require removing the speaker?  

 

 

There are two set screws for each speaker that attache to the tower mount.  You must remove those and remove the cap.  Then you can slide the speaker off the mount.  You have to disconnect the speaker wires inside the can to fully remove the speaker.  From there you can remove the actual speaker mount from the tower.  Is it hard no, is it a bit of a pain, yes.  

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