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    Feel free to see this discussion in another...

    Feel free to see this discussion in another forum:

    http://www.automotiveforums.com/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=618247

    Enjoy the sounds!
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    I'll try to make this my last post on this in...

    I'll try to make this my last post on this in this forum since it's the wrong one, but to answer how I will deal with the moisture issue that could arise from being outside in a car in the weather, I...
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    Thanks, the fiberboard might be too moisture-loving as you say, I agree

    Thanks for your comments and I hadn't realized that I was in the wrong forum - :biggrin:
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    Why I used HB Fiberboard (high compressive strength) and should I have?

    I am interested to hear your comments in the following two situations:
    1) I was sort of lazy and reused the plastic housing that came with my 1997 Honda Accord LX Wagon from the factory. The...
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    In #5 above, I used a 3/16" drill which is...

    In #5 above, I used a 3/16" drill which is .1875". Any size drill between approximately .179" and .1875" should do as the
    screw's barrel tapers out from about .179" roughly near the middle to...
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    As a number 5 to the above: 5) I DID have to...

    As a number 5 to the above:
    5) I DID have to drill out the holes of the speaker a smidgen so that the #10 wood screw's barrel would fit inside the hole.
    I misplaced my caliper, otherwise I would...
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    I put the first of 4 speakers in today

    I put the left-rear speaker in today and it sounds really good. I cranked it up with Jimi Hendrix Ultimate Experience and Concert for Bangladesh. All Along the Watchtower was really crisp - really...
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    The mortite rope caulk at Home Depot and Parts Express speaker gasketing tape, ...

    I had already ordered two products from Parts Express:
    Speaker Gasketing Tape 1/8" x 3/8" x 50 ft. Roll
    Part Number: 260-540
    1 $7.90 $7.90
    12" Speaker Sealing Caulk Box of 72 Pcs.
    Part...
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    Parts Express Speaker Sealant is now Part 260-400

    The above was discontinued - now it's
    Part #: 260-400 Weight: 1.80 lbs.
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    Yeah, we want something that dries firm by kind...

    Yeah, we want something that dries firm by kind of soft and doesn't get flaky.

    Some guys recommend either of the following:

    Parts Express black sealant (#269-300)

    or:

    A Home Depot choice...
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    Sealing the car speaker on install - Loctite, High-Density Weather Stripping

    Yes, tightening the bolts is sufficient since my gasket is pretty much an almost perfect fit - I was just wondering if
    people get in the habit of drawing a bead of silicone around the edge just to...
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    Can I just ask a question or two. I just...

    Can I just ask a question or two. I just finished making two really nice gaskets for my rear Polk Audio Speakers - I retrofitted db650's to a car that is supposed to use db651s. So anyway, I then...
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