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post #16 of 31 Old 02-23-2008, 10:13 PM Thread Starter
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i want that soooo bad

looks good man
Get workin man LOL. It really is easier than it seems.


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post #17 of 31 Old 02-23-2008, 10:23 PM
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Get workin man LOL. It really is easier than it seems.
yea, i am going to get to work on it soon...i got my shopping list already

how did you end up mountin it in the cubby?

and whats the inside dia. of the ring i need to cut?

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looks really nice man!

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post #19 of 31 Old 02-26-2008, 03:40 PM
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Nice work on that box.

Looks kind of familiar
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Damn is that 1" MDF?? Did you ever finish ? Yours looks much cleaner of a start than mine. What did you use to do your "Mold".

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post #21 of 31 Old 02-27-2008, 11:28 AM
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It's 1inch mdf. Overkill is good :lol:


This is how it looks now :


It was molded on the panel (the top edge didn't turn out as good as your's though )


Not planning to finish it, because someone gave me another plastic panel for free and I'm going to chop it for more air space. Also switching the sub for a Soundsplinter RL-i 10.

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We need a full write up and a sticky!!!!!

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damn....i want to try fiberglassing...=/...very nice. wish i knew how u even did that
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We need a full write up and a sticky!!!!!
It's not a lot..but I could try to post a write-up (and some more pictures) tomorrow evening
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ok so i finally found time to finish it all off. from the pics above i added another ring so i can flush in a speaker grill and i decided to not bondo over the fiberglass but i sanded it down a tad more to just knock down the high spots and found some nice fabric on sale, kinda like a fleece or wool. It stretches great and the adhesive didn't soak through so i am happy


where did you find the carpet to wrap it with? i can't seem to find anything!
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id hire you to make one for me anytime!
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a single reflex band pass box will sound better. i guess it depends on what is important, space or bass. nice work on the cubby fiber glass though.
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a single reflex band pass box will sound better. i guess it depends on what is important, space or bass. nice work on the cubby fiber glass though.
Bandpass may hit harder, but it will never sound better than a sealed enclosure.

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