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    new sub box---sealing question

    I just installed a custom made sub box in my chevy s-10 ext. cab and am going to seal and add carpet it this week. But before I do that, Do I need to put silicone around the joints inside the box? I did use carpenters glue when I built it along with like a million wood screws so it should be sealed just from the glue right? Thanks for the help.
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    you definately want to seal the inside joints of the box!



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    Yep like he said I would still use a silicon sealant on the inside seams. The glue holds the wood together. But silicon will seal it alot better.



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    Thanks. Better now than after I had covered the mounting brackets. Ill seal it today.
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