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    Resin eating spray glue....

    hey guys i just started fiberglassing my box for 2 12 rx and when we went to put the resin on the fleece it started to eat the glue and it started to come up so now i have like a 1/4 in. gap on the rings for the speakers and it has to all be sealed up...how can you do it without this happening???



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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    Use stapels over the edges of the box or on the back. No need to glue to the rings. If all you have is glue, then only glue to the rear of the box so resin doesn't get to it. It should be stretched tight enough to not need anything on the rings.
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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    ok that f150 was about the baddest **** ive seen man...how much u sell that particular box for??? ill have to post some pics of ours...well i see where we messed up tho....shoulda used staples...would it work better if we cut the baffles a little bigger and folded the mat down so it can break the seal?!?!



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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    That box would be about $1200 painted and all like that. $800 - $900 primered.

    I am not quite sure what you mean by folding the mat down to break the seal. If you can, throw a pic or 2 up for visual verification.





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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    ok here they are i think.... [IMG][/IMG]
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    see the gap between the rings and the cloth now...



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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    Quote Originally Posted by dbornotdb
    That box would be about $1200 painted and all like that. $800 - $900 primered.

    I am not quite sure what you mean by folding the mat down to break the seal. If you can, throw a pic or 2 up for visual verification.
    My god i'm working cheap LOL




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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    god so am i.

    anyways, just start over man.




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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    In the tutorials i see they usually have the fleece stretched over the speaker holes and then a piece of wood the size of the speaker holes placed on top the hole to hold it down while putting the resin




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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    Quote Originally Posted by NDMstang65
    My god i'm working cheap LOL


    Quote Originally Posted by bcarpenterfhl
    god so am i.

    anyways, just start over man.



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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    I also say your problem lies in the cutting out of the ring area.
    Stretch the material over it and then resin it. Stapling on the back.

    Resin the ring area real good. Try not to make it puddle up in the ring as you need to trim that out.

    I think then you will be more pleased.





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    Re: Resin eating spray glue....

    well i think we got it fixed but i definetly wont do that same mistake again......



    Current system:
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    iraggi 300amp alt (on its way)
    Red top under hood and deka 9a31 in back ( on its way)
    stock mids and highs
    Pioneer Z110bt headunit
    1 18'' TC9/Audioque In 6cubes tuned to 32hz
    Audioque 3500D
    Handles the lows just fine

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