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    Sub to big for enclosure

    Hello,

    I am a noob and about to complete a DIY job in my car. I placed my Kicker CVR12 in the enclosure I purchased for my vehicle from Atrend NB12CB DUAL 12" 2010+ CHEVY CAMARO Subwoofer Box

    The sub fits in the box, but I worried because the bottom of the sub touches the box. Is this ok?
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    Re: Sub to big for enclosure

    depends ,if there is a hole at the end of the sub then yes it's an issue.just make a ring from mdf wood,to use as a spacer and your good .




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    Re: Sub to big for enclosure

    Thanks
    No hole at end of the sub. Going to the depot for an mdf spacer.




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    Re: Sub to big for enclosure

    Quote Originally Posted by ssgtdj View Post
    Thanks
    No hole at end of the sub. Going to the depot for an mdf spacer.
    yea pretty easy to make




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    Re: Sub to big for enclosure

    no hole = no pole vent = don't need a spacer....




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