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    Default Woofer Grilles...

    Necessary or not? My sub's will be facing up, so I dont think thta anything will be sliding into them, should i get some cheap grate grilles just incase?
    Rollin deep in the T-bird.

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    thats really your call man, i cant tell you how much of a chance your subs have of getting hit
    but better safe than sorry....
    -Cody

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    Try these.

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    yeah, those grilles look about 15 thousand times better than those ugly ass "waffle" grilles
    -Cody

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    they also cost 30$ more seeing as how i can get the waflle gril 2 pack for 10$ :)
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    ebay?

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    you gotta admit, the polk grilles are pretty hot (no pun intended); you spent hard-earned money for the install, you should protect it too. and make it look good.
    It's not good, very fundamentally simply not good. - geolemon

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    Waffle grilles... yeah i know i'm cheap....

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    waffle grilles arent very deep either
    i highly doubt that they have enough room for the excursion of the mm12 considering the grill thats MADE for it is NOT big enough
    wtf polk?
    maybe ill should just give them their rated power...but whats the fun in that...
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    Yeah.. my old db12's barely clear under my waffle grilles... but considering how much my toolbox has taken paint from the face of the grilles... I'm glad they're only $4 each, and temporary.

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    pretty sure both baby and big momos have a larger X-max than the old DBs
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    I am sure you're right Cody, especially with new momo styling I think they have fatter suspension at least. but it's not worth my time to look up my old specs.... What I really need to do is get not-broke and build a new enclosure and all...
    -Jerry

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    our local CC has some grill covers by Fishman... somewhat similar to the polks...they are on sale for 18.99 for the 10's... I was thinking about getting a pair for the Tahoe..
    Peace sells, but who's buying?

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    why?
    doesnt the 'hoe already have a factory grill?
    -Cody
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    cody..you evidently did not look at the newer install pics. 2-10's are in a box now... Told my wife she had to lose one of the "usless" third seats :p
    Peace sells, but who's buying?

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    I havent seen the new pics TUI. But you could make a nice serving bar or tray looking top to cover the box (deffinitely not part of it). Then she would maybe forgive you.
    -Jerry

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    i think i have--just forgot--its time for a new truck...and i still have to wait another year before i can get the money together
    all this talk about box making lately makes me want to sell this one and build another one...lol
    i gotta build one in september or so to hold the brahmas
    itll look pretty sweet
    -Cody
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