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    Threaded rods

    So as some may have noticed watching any of my 3-4 videos I have pretty bad flexing on the top, well I took apart the top of the box and added a make shift internal brace, but after I put the top back on, screwed the box in, and did liquid nails wood adhesive around all the gaps I didn't put any glue/caulking on the width of the sides/front/back so now when it plays full tilt the wood "claps" or rattles against each other.

    Should I try longer screws (using 1.5") woods about 1" thick. or attempt to add a threaded rod through the area and attempt to access the spare tire wheel well. I've added a plank of wood on the top screwing in the left right and middle of the plank, and also added an L bracket type steel plate screwed into the top of the box and the plank (about 14-18" long) and still vibrates full tilt.



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    Re: Threaded rods

    so you didn't use wood glue on all of the joints? If not that's the problem lol
    Either build a new box or take this one apart and use something like titebond 2



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    Re: Threaded rods

    Quote Originally Posted by bhsdriller View Post
    so you didn't use wood glue on all of the joints? If not that's the problem lol
    Either build a new box or take this one apart and use something like titebond 2
    Yeah I DID do titebond 2 on the joints when I first put it together haha, but didn't on the top this time around, whats the best way to remove construction adhesive?



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    Re: Threaded rods

    build a new box



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    Re: Threaded rods

    Quote Originally Posted by bhsdriller View Post
    build a new box
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    Re: Threaded rods

    Use resn and some mat to help, the clapping of the braces..



    "Re: Box Rise?

    what do you mean like warped boards ? or just a cheaply made box ?? cause i never seen a box rise before . maybe the seals on the box isn't very good i used construction grade caulking on my box along with screws and wood glue."------- Apollo220

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