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How to make Fiberglass sub box

 

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Username: Whsfball24

Spfld, ILL

Post Number: 2
Registered: Dec-04
any one have a how to link for making fiberglass sub box?
 

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Username: Jmloughrey

Farmington, CT

Post Number: 685
Registered: Jul-04
you'll need fiberlgass resin and some other tools, it may be best to have it done by a professional...as it can get fairly hard, fairly expensive and fairly fairyish...
 

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Username: Whsfball24

Spfld, ILL

Post Number: 3
Registered: Dec-04
i got all the tools(dad has woodshop/metal shop out in barn)i just need some info...i already go the frame built.
 

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Username: Djeter108

IN USA

Post Number: 99
Registered: Nov-04
i think ur better off w/ glass wolfs idea. make it w/ regular 3/4 and then nail bottle caps to the side
 

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Username: Whsfball24

Spfld, ILL

Post Number: 4
Registered: Dec-04
lol glass.. he didnt post in this topic
 

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Username: Jeremyc

Kunsan AfbSouth Korea

Post Number: 300
Registered: Jun-04
http://www.caraudiohelp.com/newsletter/fiberglass_layers.htm

At the bottom is some more links on fiberglass work.

P.S. If household fiberglass makes you itch be carefull when you sand it. Especially if it is hot outside.
 

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Username: Whsfball24

Spfld, ILL

Post Number: 5
Registered: Dec-04
now thats what i am looking for...sweet thanks
 

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Username: Erik123456

Arlington, Tx

Post Number: 292
Registered: Aug-04
you can have the sucky one i bought of ebay lol, i bought one just to see what it would do and it is atrocious

it looks really cool but it leaks air sooooo bad because it is two pieces...

I think im going to make it into a home theatre sub just bc it looks cool then seal it with something so the air doesnt get out....

but just know that fiberglass is soo hard to make sound good and its like 5 times more expensive than a regular box
 

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Username: Cheapskate

Post Number: 74
Registered: Mar-04
if your box leaks, then just yank the woofer and seal the seam with a $3 tube of silicon instead of taking the more expensive route.

if it's broke... fix it. LOL
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