I purchased a pair of Pyle PLMR24 speakers from Amazon a little over a year ago. Despite the blatant lies in the description - see my review for those here - the speakers sounded pretty good in my old pickup truck. Unfortunately, one of the speakers developed a bad connection that seems to be in the speaker itself. Rather than buy another set, I decided to use a set of speakers I had on hand - a pair of 3x5" oval speakers. Since they obviously weren't going to fit in the original faceplate, what else would a maker do? Design and print your own!
This should go without saying but... the photo with the white faceplate is the original, whereas the one with the black faceplate is the 3d printed version.
If you are just replacing the faceplate on the original enclosure, you only need the _grill and the _lid STLs, but I have also included a model of the original enclosure as well if you'd like to print the entire thing. I didn't include a wire passage in the enclosure because the original utilizes a dual-conductor, spring-clip block and I figured it'd be easier to just run a wire through a hole in the case. I decided to leave that method up to you the builder.