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How to seal the gap between the subwoofer & box and a better way to mount your subwoofer.

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Published on Nov 10, 2010

After i got done siliconing and painting my box, I figured I'll make a 'How to' video on sealing the gap between the subwoofer and the box. My total cost out of pocket to just seal the gap was less $15 after tax. But prices may vary depending on the hardware store that's nearest to you.

There was a couple of things I forgot to mention in the video. When you you apply the weather stripping, make sure the surface area is clean and free of any dust. Second, and most important, once you have the mounting hole of the sub lined up with mounting holes, DON'T put a lot of presseure when tightening the screws. Put to much pressure and you'll push the t-nut out of it's place. Happened to me twice, hahaha!

So, yeah, just put enough pressure to let the screw tighten. Then once it's tight, you can torque down the screw tight enough so it won't come loose.

Thanks for watching my vid, and please rate.

mastagoof

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