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Username: Qcsfinest

Charlotte, North Carolina

Post Number: 338
Registered: Jun-05
whats the best way to package my 15'sx. I dont want to get raped by ups again for somethin i could do myself. and where would be the best place to get the materials.
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Fi AudioBTL

Post Number: 8414
Registered: Oct-05
office depot. get the bubble wrap.
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Fi AudioBTL

Post Number: 8415
Registered: Oct-05
bump
 

Silver Member
Username: Qcsfinest

Charlotte, North Carolina

Post Number: 339
Registered: Jun-05
is that all i need chad?
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Fi AudioBTL

Post Number: 8418
Registered: Oct-05
okay this is the way i packed my sub when i shipped it.

i make a box that will make the sub fit in there with a little room.
i lay 3 pieces of cardboard on the bottom.
then i lay around 3 layers of bubble wrap on the bottom.
then i set the sub down on it.
then i use the bubble wrap to fill in the spaces between the basket and the box.
then i roll up the bubble wrap and put it betweet the rubber surround and the box thick enough so the cone never touches anything in the box.
the i lay 3 layers of bubble wrap on top.
lay 2 more pieces of cardboard on top and then close the box.
 

Silver Member
Username: Qcsfinest

Charlotte, North Carolina

Post Number: 341
Registered: Jun-05
damn that sounds like alot of work. might as well go get raped again. Thanks for your help tho chad. If i had the time to do that today i might would try it.
 

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Username: Bestmankind

Fi Audio BTLFounder of t...

Post Number: 8429
Registered: Oct-05
it sounds like alot of work but only took me 10 minutes to pack a sub like that. its really simple. besides you want to make sure the sub doesnt arrive doa.
 

Silver Member
Username: Jblanford

Post Number: 200
Registered: Oct-06
hey qcsfinest if you don't have the time today or whatever...we can ship our stuff out tomorrow or whatever is easier for you
 

Gold Member
Username: Redliner

Wilmington, Ma

Post Number: 3492
Registered: Jun-05
lol i have this awesome foam cut out dd made to ship there 9500 i love it lol

but just a lot of foam/buble rap and make sure its a strong box
 

Platinum Member
Username: Rovin

1 12 Premier...

Post Number: 10256
Registered: Jul-05
do it simple like the way the companies ship heavy subs

1 - cut 2 square pieces of mdf about 1" wider than ur sub
2 - cut 4 pieces of 2x2" lumber about 1/2" taller than ur sub

what ur doing is making like a 'house' 4 it - 1 piece of mdf @ the bottom & u attach a 2x2 @ each corner like a post
then u rest ur sub (magnet side down)on the middle between those 4 'posts' & screw the 'roof' on each posts

hope u understand my desciption - problem solved & wont u nothing much ...
 

Platinum Member
Username: Rovin

1 12 Premier...

Post Number: 10257
Registered: Jul-05
hope u understand my desciption - problem solved & wont cost u nothing much ...

of & when ur done u get a empty cardboard box around the same size & put it in there padding it with old newspapers/bubble wrap if there is space around it .......
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