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    extending mounting depth...

    ok so i have a box now that currently houses 15" Sx....im thinking about testing out one of those forum boner hdc3's to see what all the hype is about..anyways my enclosure has a mounting depth of 8.75 max and the sub is 8.875..so a tenth of an inch..it may or may not sqeeze in there but the motor would prob be touching the chamber..how could i extend the the mounting depth..i know that i cant do anything inside the box but what about maybe a thin space or something like that for the ring around the woofer..any suggestions..i mean its not alot tha i have to make up for i think i can get it to work some how



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    Re: extending mounting depth...

    cut out a spacer with some 3/4 mdf problem solved




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    Re: extending mounting depth...

    wooden spacer ?

    bah beat me to it



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    Re: extending mounting depth...

    mdf ring around the sub?





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    Re: extending mounting depth...

    well i dont see any other options unless he built a new box



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    Re: extending mounting depth...

    maybe the carpet will make up the 10th of an inch..lol



    2005 Lincoln Ls

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    Sub Stage- 15" Re Sx d4
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    Wiring - Knuconcepts 1/0 Power/ground 10 gauge twisted speaker wire, Konfused Distro Block

    Soon to come - Pioneer Avic D3

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