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    What material can be used to minimize cubic feet?

    I am finishing up my fiberglass enclosure but I think that the box in the end will be a little more cubic feet then I wanted due to the space on the sides between the mold and the fleece fabric. Is there anything I can use to make the box seem smaller? My thought as of now is to dynamat the inside and seal off the sides of the box that gives the extra cuft. Will that be ok? Wont affect anything negatively?







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    Re: What material can be used to minimize cubic feet?

    2x4's



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    Re: What material can be used to minimize cubic feet?

    i was gona say mdf




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    Re: What material can be used to minimize cubic feet?

    urathane foam




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    Re: What material can be used to minimize cubic feet?

    yeah I like the foam idea...they are odd shapped inlets so mdf and 2x4s wouldn't work. I'll look for some foam. Thanks.




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    2x4s would work fine. Cut them in like 4" long piece and stack them in there.




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    Re: What material can be used to minimize cubic feet?

    Anything that occupies space and has mass.




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    Re: What material can be used to minimize cubic feet?

    can u use liquid nails to attach the wood inserts to the inside wall??




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