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Ok so i have literally no tools at all that involve cutting wood besides a table saw. i was wonder what is the best thing to buy that is really good for cutting out sub/speakear cutouts, like for 10" subs or 6x9 speakers,etc.i just have no clue, other than really expensive shyt like at shop class back in high school. thanks


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Two 6x9,s

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for 6x9 go with a jig saw....for sub cut outs use a router and the jig that has different sizes


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k perfect thanks


Pioneer 80prs

2 JL audio w6v.2s 12"

Custom Baltic birch box. 31hz.

Sundown saz1500d.

Crossfire tek1002

Knu and monster wiring

*need two 6.5 coaxs

Two 6x9,s

HO alt for 95Honda accord

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Yep, a jig saw can be had for very little..But for an all around tool to do cut outs on doors /wood/grinding ect for detail...Dremel or my favorite RotoZip:cool:


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Uhh, Dremels **** at cutting through wood. For the price of what one costs you could get a router (which I don't recommend unless you plan to make a bunch of boxes) which would be 10x better. The Rotozip is better (but not much), unless you plan on using either the Rotozip or Dremel for other uses, they wouldn't be a very good investment. Plus the bits are very lame and small. A jig saw works fine. It's cheap, the blades are cheap, and it does the job.

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you can get a brand new jigsaw for $20, If you plan to do round cuts a lot you should get a router and jig.


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