I am just starting my stereo project in my new maverick and wanted to post a few pictures of what is done so far. I wanted a head unit from a car to have all options open for playing formats and to have my small speakers powered. Not sure if I'm going to add an amp yet or not but trying to avoid it in case of water. I also wanted to share a trick I first saw on a RZR. I used plastic roof flashing from Menard's as my speaker enclosures. Angles are not perfect but much easier and cheaper than other methods. I got the 4" pipe size plastic flashing and they fit 5 1/4" speakers perfectly. I used windshield sealant to seal the rear around the opening. I also left a small area open at the bottom for water to drain out if it makes its way in somehow. I should also mention there is a frame bar right behind where the radio mounts so the trick here was to angle the dash panel to tip the rear of the stereo up to sit on top of the bar. The wire harness attached to it just needs to rotate down a little to gain clearance. Speakers are clarion and head unit is Kenwood, chosen due to the covers over the CD slot and USB plug. Now on to rear speakers. I almost forgot, my front speaker enclosures costed $4.50 each. Cut them easily with tin snips.