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    LOL!!!!!

    The cable that looks like a snake made you do it..
    No Way But The Hard Way, So Get Used To It!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zombie boy 2000 View Post
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    If you can't hear a difference, don't waste your money.

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    This thread is just as good...perhaps better...than the black paint thread!
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    This is the funniest thread yet. hahahaha!
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    *lomic*

    LMAO!!! you just took it to a Whole... 'Nother.... Level!!
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    Thanks to whoever brought this back over and over again...Tooooo funny!!! This should be a sticky. Gotta go plugup my airhole in my SVS now! LOL
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    Good ol' T-unit, always good for a laugh. Wonder what the guy is doing these days......10 years later ? Not sure I want to know.

    This thread is classic Polk forum at it's best back then. Man, we had some laughs. If your reading this T-unit, come on back, we'll be gentle.....I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonyb View Post
    Good ol' T-unit, always good for a laugh. Wonder what the guy is doing these days......10 years later ? Not sure I want to know
    Probably living in one of these:
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    Where is alan funt hidding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by halo71 View Post
    This thread is just as good...perhaps better...than the black paint thread!
    Thats yhe funnyest thing i ever read. LMFAO
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    I read this entire thread a few days ago..... Funny as all hell!! I'm still laughing as I type this!
    I've tried searching for the infamous "black paint" thread, but no luck. If you guys can post the link, I would truly appreciate it!! I sure feel like laughing some more! Thanks guys!!
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    I love that this thread keeps coming back; it's one of the best on the forum!

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    Thank you txcoastal1, I'm preparing myself for some good reading!!!
    This is going to be good!
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    +1 on that zingo. For some strange reason, I have to keep reading about "cardboard" subwoofer boxes. This is just too much! You have to poke fun.
    Quote Originally Posted by zingo View Post
    I love that this thread keeps coming back; it's one of the best on the forum!
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    The "black paint" thread was just as funny! Thanks guys, I needed a good laugh!
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    Ay-Oh Joey catch this 40# box... naw, don't worry I'm only doin' 35mph!!!!!

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    http://youtu.be/-KdhW0B5xaI Lots of this on YouTube! Hahahaha
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    nme medic, thanks for the laugh!

    I keep shaking my head in disbelief!WTF? These guys should be chasing a hottie in a skirt rather than messing with a cardboard sub box. You can't help but laugh at them. Oh well!
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    Though cardboard does make a mighty fine sub box, be sure it is corragated cardboard. Use 5 to 6 toilet paper tubes for the airhole, pack one of the toilet paper tubes with tampex fluf. (Stops most of the booming, but once a month the sub becomes a bit moody. Midol sprinkled over the sub's cone dust cover helps this moody blues condition. Sit back and enjoy the chuffing coming out of that dar airhole thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by T_Unit616 View Post
    Do I need an airhole in my sub box so it doesn't over-heat or anything?
    Everyone should have an airhole.

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