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    problems.

    my box builder built me a box. go to put it in, and its too tall. so we shove it in. ive taken it in and out of my car 2-3 times now, and everytime i take the box in or out, the surround gets all scuffed. i need to take my box out tomorrow, because i have some bigger speaker wire coming. i was wondering if theres any ideas on how i should take my box out without the sub scraping. i had the idea of dis-assembling my box and what not, but i dont think its going to work. we also thought of cutting a hole around the sub, letting the sub drop to the bottom of the box, and then take the box out, but we cant do that because of limited space.







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    Re: problems.

    take the screws out of the sub and remove the sub




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    Re: problems.

    so put something tough and thin on top of the speaker... is this really hard for you?




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    Re: problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by iceteebone
    take the screws out of the sub and remove the sub
    if we pull the box all the way foward, we cant reach a few screws.




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    Re: problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kickerkitty
    so put something tough and thin on top of the speaker... is this really hard for you?
    that was another thought of mine that i hadnt put into action yet. i just want as many ideas before i try this




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    Re: problems.

    bump




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    Re: problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by Kickerkitty
    so put something tough and thin on top of the speaker
    yup

    there's no two ways around it unless you can rotate the box somehow and then take the speker out.




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    Re: problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by k4rts
    if we pull the box all the way foward, we cant reach a few screws.
    go spend 4 dollars on an s shaped or 90 degree screwdriver, then you can use it like an allen wrench instead of having a huge handle?



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