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    silicone

    silicone or cauk do you need to let this stuff fully dry before running your subwoofer?







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    Re: silicone

    it cures in 30min iirc. full cure is 42 hours.




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    Re: silicone

    let it sit for at least 48hrs so it can cure. the fumes can sometimes react to the subs rubber surround and mess it up. so when ou get everything together, let it sit in a warm place for at least 48hrs.



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    Re: silicone

    ahh, so the fumes will damage or can damage the sub eh?




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    Re: silicone

    Quote Originally Posted by blowsoot
    ahh, so the fumes will damage or can damage the sub eh?
    Yes, it can weaken the surrounds.




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