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free1nibiru

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  • Name
    Free
  • Location
    Western USA
  • Occupation
    Mechanic, Glass Repair Tech, Car Audio Installer
  • Interests
    Cars, trucks, motorcycles, things that go bang and boom.
  • Audio System Setup
    Rockford Fosgate P2 punch and Rockford Fosgate Prime 750 watt class D monoblock amp
  1. I hope you didn't destroy your sub by trying to pry it up with a screwdriver like people have suggested. Kicker Comp R prefab boxes don't have a trim ring (at least in my experience, and I've owned several different models of their prefabs), the rim is actually part of the sub. So don't take any pry tool to it! Instead, all you have to do is lift up these sticky tabs around the edge, revealing the screws (there are 4 "sticky tabs" total going around edge). Couldn't be simpler, and comes right out. Look at the picture I will include from when I swapped out my blown sub with the same enclosure and you will see one of the sticky tabs I'm talking about on the top left portion of the subwoofer rim, by my hand. Hope this helps others too. Thanks, -Free
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