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Question about repairing a sub.

 

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Username: Jonez788

Post Number: 101
Registered: Jun-04
I was installing my subs in a new car and I had to take them out of the box and while screwing them back in the drill slipped and it put a TEENY TINE HOLE in the rubber surround. You can't even see the hole at all, well actually it's just a little tear. Could this lead to further damage and how would I go about repairing it? The sound didn't change or anything.
 

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Username: Pat_l

Tucson, AZ USA

Post Number: 537
Registered: Apr-04
I know how you are feeling, i've been there before. Since its a tiny hole/ tear. Try Nail polish. Rub it into the tear and it should do the trick. I wouldnt try to run the sub w/ the tear because of air leakage and it could get larger with all the movement. If the Nail Polish doesnt work then call the factory of the sub manuf. and get it fixed, or buy a new one!
 

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Username: Jonez788

Post Number: 103
Registered: Jun-04
Like the clear nail polish?
 

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Username: Pat_l

Tucson, AZ USA

Post Number: 539
Registered: Apr-04
Yeah clear so it doesnt show up. I has worked for many people. Dont dump it on just lay it down with the brush in layers.
 

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Username: Jmloughrey

Farmington, CT

Post Number: 292
Registered: Jul-04
when ever laying something onto anything layers is your best way to go as apposed to just gloping it on....
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