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    fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    hey just curious as to where exactly you all attatch your cloth material to the sub rings. do you cut the upper ring a little wider of a hole for the sub to fit into and just attatch it to the inner sides or what? i keep having problems between this and carpeting when i go to put the sub in and the clearances are too tight. the carpeting isnt as bad but when i put resin on the cloth material i cant estimate yet how much room it will take up. thanks



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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    what i do it rabit the outside of the ring and staple into the rabit







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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    a guys face.....













    being smothered in man juice.




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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    Quote Originally Posted by jmanpc View Post
    wtf is that on the **** tube?
    blade the series




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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    Quote Originally Posted by mikey060 View Post
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    that was as good as the aeroport comment that made no sense did you want me to ream your *** or something? your like on my **** tonight




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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    how thick is that sub ring? and is it 2 pieces glued together. thanks for the reply



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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    yes its 2 pieces glued together and they are both 3/4" mdf its for a 12" type R and the type R is 3/4" thick with the rubber on it.




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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    Quote Originally Posted by nVRuckus View Post
    that was as good as the aeroport comment that made no sense did you want me to ream your *** or something? your like on my **** tonight
    lol that other comment was directed at jordan..she drives a jeep i do beleive. get ita.....she runs the port over, thus making it uneven alll the way around. bah im tired lol. and ya, i do like the sound of this *** reaming

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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    ahh cause you quoted me thus making it look like it was directed towards me I was like WTF




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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    haha ya its edited now

    anyhwo, back OT how did you rabit those? just a router?




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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    yeah everything is done with a router.




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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    wasnt that clean but thats cause I used scrap wood since it is for me I didnt need it pretty I actually used the cutouts from a 15s box I just made for ghostface.




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    Re: fiberglassing subwoofer rings

    oh okay sweet...good idea, a FG box may be in my future




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