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    Re: ideal concepts removable budget wall

    that was just first layer



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    double layer 3/4 mdf and 2x2 braces.. Will gain when I get a good sub to replace the bad one. Also need more batts. All I have is stock alt and batt with batcap 800



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    Re: ideal concepts removable budget wall

    That's pretty cool of you ask me. I like that it can be removed. You should find a way to seal it from the back a still have it removable. You would gain that way as well.



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    Re: ideal concepts removable budget wall

    Hope I will see this at future shows



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    Re: ideal concepts removable budget wall

    Ok that box looks better now. Have you tried laying it down flat and metering?



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    Re: ideal concepts removable budget wall

    Just hope you don't get in an accident that thing looks like a strong breeze could knock it over.




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    Re: ideal concepts removable budget wall

    its not going anywhere lol. if u try to lean it hits the roof. And to big to lay down snd still use seats. Also I am in the prosses of making the side trims to seal it off.



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