other cutout seems fine.
Now you have to have the flushed area filled in and mount the subs on the new baffle....no more flushed mounting.
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JayDubb757 ; should have something to say or do since it is his
I had a box like that once, just a suggestion measure out reference lines around the cutout and see if when the subs setting in all the lines there is material to screw into then it probably won't be much but it might be there.
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I like Kangaroux' idea.. Cut halves and glue and screw to underside of the baffle, use longer mounting screws. With some stripping you should be sealed tighter than a crabs buttox. then atleast you can keep the flush mount.
Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right..
I built that box exactly how you wanted it.
AB XFL's have a cutout of 288mm or 11.3386"
Derek's level 4's had a cutout of 11" I'm assuming the 3's are the same.
So, yeah if you knew you were getting the Level 3's, then why have me build a box for the xfl's---it's a 3/8" difference.
Why don't you post a pic of the inside cutout measured....should be 11 3/8" ---same as I made Jon's box and his fit fine. But you say your XFL's won't fit either?
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