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    10" metal flare's

    10" metal flared ends that work great with sono tube from home depot/lowes.
    $75 shipped
    the 10" port will NOT come with the sonotube they are only like $12 for 4ft



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    Re: 10" metal flare's

    can I ask how you mount them? drill holes or something of that nature? some sealer type filling against them/the wood? i've never done anything other than slot port but I am interested in these.




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    Re: 10" metal flare's

    how did you secure the metal to the cardboard?




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    Re: 10" metal flare's

    these are unused flare's so you would have to drill the mounting holes and i just planned on using duct tape to secure the flange to the tube. the flange does slide into the tube. it's not a butt joint



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    Re: 10" metal flare's

    cool cool. maybe a low quality glue on it as well to ensure a little more lock on it and as well as easy removal. could use goop on it but promise you it wont come off after that lol

    ---------- Post added at 07:34 PM ---------- Previous post was at 07:34 PM ----------

    and that comment was for anyone that wants to buy, not for the OP




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