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Damaged type R pics. what should i do?

 

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Username: Bestmankind

Los Angeles, CA USA

Post Number: 3655
Registered: Oct-05
here is a couple of pictures of the damaged type Rs. any suggestions on how i should go about fixing this problem.

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Username: Young_james

Canada

Post Number: 1196
Registered: Sep-05
Ouch......You may be able to put a rubber patch on the inside of it. That's the only thing that I can think of
 

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Username: Rovin

Trinidad & T...

Post Number: 7372
Registered: Jul-05
hey thats a small rip man - epoxy its a/ss , no problemo.......
 

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Username: B101

Queen City, NC USA

Post Number: 2377
Registered: Sep-05
:-)
rubber tire tube patch, with some tube glue... (walmart)
ahhh, that might work best..
 

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Username: Ironslave

Offutt AFB, Nebraska U.S.A.

Post Number: 417
Registered: Sep-05
howed u do that?
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Los Angeles, CA USA

Post Number: 3657
Registered: Oct-05
its my friends subs. he had a pc in the trunk and the coner of the pc hit the sub.
 

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Username: B101

Queen City, NC USA

Post Number: 2381
Registered: Sep-05
lol, exactly why nothing goes into my trunk! and everything in there, mounted securely!!
 

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Username: Safe_cracker

Chicago, IL US

Post Number: 798
Registered: Jan-06
One of the reason why I nverted my sub, lol. My son reached in a used a finger nail to scratch one of my surrounds, BRATT! I would use 5 min epoxy, mix a small amount with a stick then using outward pressure, push the material back level with the rest. Use a small disposable epoxy brush and gently brush a small amount getting into the cracks overlapping just a little. DO not use an excessive amount, very thin. You will need to hold it for 5 mins, will set very quickly so you will need to work fast. This will add minimal weight and is stronger than the surrounding material, gurranteed! POlo.. :-)
 

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Username: Rovin

Trinidad & T...

Post Number: 7378
Registered: Jul-05
told u all epoxy ^^^^^^ works gr8 - i've done it a few times b4 ........
 

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Username: B101

Queen City, NC USA

Post Number: 2390
Registered: Sep-05
:-) Yes SIR. Glad I never ran into this problem.....
 

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Username: Rzarector

Coquitlam, Bc Canada

Post Number: 1074
Registered: Dec-04
shoo goo.. basicly a thick silocone type stuff .. dries pretty quick to a flexible rubber and adheres VERY well to rubber
 

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Username: Fandim

Reno, Nevada United State...

Post Number: 881
Registered: Jun-05
Yes, epoxy, or even rubber cement.
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Los Angeles, CA USA

Post Number: 3674
Registered: Oct-05
thanks guys for the inputs. so that damage doesn't really look that bad i guess. not bad enough to change the sub right? my friend will be happy to hear that.
 

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Username: Rzarector

Coquitlam, Bc Canada

Post Number: 1079
Registered: Dec-04
what happened? plunge it with the screwdriver installing it?
 

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Username: Matt12490

Benicia, California USA

Post Number: 724
Registered: May-05
"its my friends subs. he had a pc in the trunk and the coner of the pc hit the sub."
 

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Username: Rzarector

Coquitlam, Bc Canada

Post Number: 1080
Registered: Dec-04
oh yeh.. i suppose i should read first lol
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