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    best way to get good seal?

    what is the best way to get a good seal for ur subs on the box besides screws. my subs kinda rattle a bit and they are screwed in very tight.







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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    ask lemans23


    caulk




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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    weather stripping works very well and wont leave some nasty *** residue on ur sub.




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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    Quote Originally Posted by lemans23
    is that like the tape stuff? kinda like stretchy rubber cord?
    dude wheatherstripping, like your car has, to a search google images weatherstripping, lol




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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    foam tape maybe?




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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Moe Lester
    weather stripping works very well and wont leave some nasty *** residue on ur sub.
    this is what I do. Achieve desired results, and no crap on the sub.



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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    Quote Originally Posted by vosschs
    dude wheatherstripping, like your car has, to a search google images weatherstripping, lol
    yeah i know what it is, i was just wondering cause PE sells a gasket tape, and i was wondering if it was the same thing




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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    Quote Originally Posted by lemans23
    yeah i know what it is, i was just wondering cause PE sells a gasket tape, and i was wondering if it was the same thing
    my bro has some double sided tape/weatherstripping, holds crazy amount of pressure, its used for cars, since he works at an auto body shop, he fixes everything on his free time, its awsome having acess to any auto body crap that i want and some one who can fix my crap for free labor




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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    $2.45 @ home depot





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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    yep, same ****, different name

    probably much cheaper too thanks moe




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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    for smaller speakers I use foamies...1/8 pieces of sticky back foam from walmart fifty cents for an 8 1/2 x 11 sized sheet in the arts and crafts department.



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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    so you put this right around the rign where all the holes are drilled?




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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    yeah, just attach it to the inside of the basket. I use the PE.com speaker gasket, got 50ft. for about $3



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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    Quote Originally Posted by brad
    yeah, just attach it to the inside of the basket. I use the PE.com speaker gasket, got 50ft. for about $3
    At hardware stores they sell something called rope caulk which is the same thing as the speaker caulk PE sells.




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    Re: best way to get good seal?

    aight here is what i did i put tnuts inmy box and expoxyied them in so they dont spin, then i put down 3/4x1.5inch weather striping and bolted the sub in with hex head bolts and that puppy is sealed.



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