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Old 04-24-2002, 11:44 AM
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Looks great! Look forward to seeing you, Jill and Jim on Friday. Kenneth and I are supposed to hook up with Mike when he gets here, so leave a message if you get the answering service (803/932-4600). Have a safe trip down!

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Glad you're able to make it...look forward to meeting you on Friday at the "Meet & Greet"!

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Audiofn,

I actually used MDF 3/4" board, I was told it would resiste water really well, much better than particle board. Also I sealed it up with Elmers, water proof wood glue and allot of pre drilled wood screws. Maybe not the best, but works fine. I don't expect them to last more than a few summers pluse since their under the seats they shouldnt get wet very often, but I only have $35 in the two of them.

Cathy, I will be on the water by around 1pm friday, my cell # is 540-915-0432 Jims is 919-434-6561 See you soon

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Old 04-24-2002, 01:46 PM
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How did you get your sub boxes to fit and have the drop-downs clear them? Any idea of the dimensions of the boxes or what cubic footage the subs needed?

I've been trying to find a way to get at least one 8-10" sub in mine (Baja 272) without cuting glass. Best idea so far is a Polk 8" in a real thin box in the side storage area.
 
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If you made them out of MDF keep them real dry. Actually MDF and HDF absorbs water like a sponge BUT if you coated it with glue all over you should be ok. Next go around glue the seams with the elmers then take epoxy or polyester resin and thin it out and paint that all over the box and they will last for ever.

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I like the orange "mood" lighting in your garage. Cool. Bet it sounds good too.
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The Dim, are 11.5" High 9" deep 16" wide if I remember right it gave me right at .8 cubic foot air. If I had it to do over I would make same boxes and use the square Kicker Solo Baric speakers. I can also turn them like the photo below, As for them fitting under Bolster, Fountain seats have so much padding their is 9" of room under evern with bolster down.
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Troutly, ROFLMFAO!!
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