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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 476
Registered: Aug-07
im buildin my new box right now...how far apart should i make my pilot holes? every 4, 5, 6in?
 

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Username: Van_man

Boston South, MA

Post Number: 3688
Registered: Mar-06
6-8"
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 477
Registered: Aug-07
thanks...will do good sir. ill get picks of the final product tomorrow some time.
 

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Username: Southernrebel

Monroe, Louisiana 2 DD3515s, 2...

Post Number: 6154
Registered: Mar-04
And stay at least 2-2.5" from the corners.
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 478
Registered: Aug-07
so ya thats the box so far. i'll finish it tomorrow because my girlfriends family is meetin my family in about 30 min.. wish us luck haha. oh ya if yal want another angle or something up close, ill check this after dinner and post up more.CIMG0123.JPG
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Username: Jtown

Team RD, Texas

Post Number: 2558
Registered: Mar-07
nail gun ftw!!!
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 480
Registered: Aug-07
^ i wish i had one...
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

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Post Number: 14972
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I never use a nail gun with mdf. I prefer the control/strength of predrilling and screws. Looks good so far.
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 483
Registered: Aug-07
oh yea and this is my first box so....everyone cross your fingers haha
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

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Post Number: 14974
Registered: Jun-06
Are you going to cover it?
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 484
Registered: Aug-07
i dont think so. i dont really care that much, im more just for the sound than the looks
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 497
Registered: Aug-07
Upload

the finished product. 4cubes @ 35Hz
 

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Username: Somedonniedude

Illinois United States

Post Number: 1196
Registered: May-07
Looks good man! Those pioneers going in there? Maybe use the rattle can to cover it?
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 498
Registered: Aug-07
yes sir pioneers goin in. my next step up will be a RF T5001
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

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Upload
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 500
Registered: Aug-07
i got another question or 2:
1. should i drill pilot holes for the sub screws?
2. i dont have the sub baffle to seal them, what can i used, and where can i get it?
 

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Username: Somedonniedude

Illinois United States

Post Number: 1201
Registered: May-07
I drilled pilot holes in my box and held fine. Caulk will work good from what I've heard, but they say it's kinda hard to clean off.
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 501
Registered: Aug-07
anything else that would work well as a seal?
 

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Username: Drant19

DUB-C, TX

Post Number: 502
Registered: Aug-07
so i just went n got 1/2 inch foam and used it as a seal. works good. put it in my car and its a HUGE difference from that prefab box.

vids coming soon
 

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Username: Wingmanalive

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Post Number: 15062
Registered: Jun-06
It's inevitable in car audio that you will uninstall your gear. Be it amps, subs, or whatever. The only thing concrete built should be your box itself. Caulking or using any kind of adhesive for the sub to box is not advisable IMO. The flexible gaskets will do the job.
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