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Old 08-07-2004, 01:46 PM   #1
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Fiberglass Enclosure

Hey guys, I'm working on finishing one of my custom fiberglass enclosures and starting the second one today. Would people be interested if I posted a thread about how to do it step by step and included pictures? I'll only do it if enough people want me to, as its a messy procedure and will be hard to take pictures of. Just let me know if youre interested.
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Yes please do...

I'm going to be adding a system in the near future and I'm going to try and save as much space in my trunk as i can.
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Ah hell, ones enough for me. I did it earlier and took the pictures. I'll put a thread up soon.
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well two should make you real happy about it! I wanna see a how to!
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Wooooooo. Consider the how-to underway.
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Yeah man.. post the how to on the encloser.. preferiable for dual 10" subs
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Question SquirrelNutz, you using styrofoam for the mold? And what are you using to remove it if that's the case. Cuz, if you're using the pink styrofoam like I do, then if you pour gasoline inside the back of the mold it'll eat the styrofoam away and leave you with just the fiberglass.
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i already know how to do stuff like this
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Good for you for knowing. Most people don't though. And I am not using styrofoam or wood to frame it out. Its a different approach, but its cheaper and saves space.
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if you want to buy good fiber glass products visit www.selectproducts.com they have very good quality products
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