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Username: Tremor1127

Post Number: 626
Registered: Aug-06
are there any special screws or bolts or anything to use for subwoofers in high spl setups?
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Fi Audio BTL

Post Number: 8575
Registered: Oct-05
use these with some bolts.

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Username: Adddisorder

West palm, Florida

Post Number: 2614
Registered: Jan-06
chad i know this is dumbass hell but what are those called. im buying some in the next day or two and was wondering
 

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Username: Logan__tille

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Post Number: 4124
Registered: Feb-06
^^^
 

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Username: Crayola0

Wisconsin

Post Number: 1566
Registered: Jun-06
they are called like T-nuts or sumthin like that
 

Gold Member
Username: Bestmankind

Fi Audio BTL

Post Number: 8576
Registered: Oct-05
jaymes is right.
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

Nj US

Post Number: 2475
Registered: Jun-06
http://www.fastenersuperstore.com/stores/superstore/step3.cfm?category=Nuts&prod uctCategory=Tee%20Nuts&stage=step3&gclid=CIqrhvLhwIkCFRhFVAod_2kuPg
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

Nj US

Post Number: 2476
Registered: Jun-06
Good one James!!!
 

Silver Member
Username: Tremor1127

Post Number: 627
Registered: Aug-06
yeah, they are t nuts, ive never used them, dont know how to. i will pick some up and master them. i was just always skeptical about them, but they must stay in the wood once there, eh?
 

Silver Member
Username: Tremor1127

Post Number: 628
Registered: Aug-06
do you drill a hole and hammer them in the hole?
 

Silver Member
Username: Tremor1127

Post Number: 629
Registered: Aug-06
my first real system was all built for me and it was 3 of the first 15" L7s, t nuts were used but i never knew how he put them in...
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Fi Audio BTL

Post Number: 8578
Registered: Oct-05
drill a hole and hammer them in on the other side of the wood. meaning from the inside the box hammer the t nuts in.
 

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Username: The_image_dynamic

San Diego

Post Number: 84
Registered: Dec-06
...and put some wood glue on them, making sure not to get any in the threads. It s*cks having one spin out on you when trying to take your sub out. MDF is not the best wood for those little spikes to hold onto.
 

Gold Member
Username: Bestmankind

Fi Audio BTL

Post Number: 8585
Registered: Oct-05
yeah i hate it when you are on your last bolt and you hear a clank. the damn t nut fell off so i had to take out the sub again to fix that.
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