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lame. i just bought some gorilla glue too. lol. Ohh well im only gonna run 500rms at my sub max.
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Rich builds one hell of a box Im looking at having him do one for me in a couple of weeks
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liquid nails wasnt evenm in the test? and the gorilla glue did the worse right? i cant click the link on the audiojunkies page becasue work.
Yeah- gorilla glue did the worst, and no- their was some "liquid" somthing, but no liquid nails
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because liquid nails isn't a "wood" glue. though they do have a wood glue variation, I think, someone correct me if i'm wrong there.
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because liquid nails isn't a "wood" glue. though they do have a wood glue variation, I think, someone correct me if i'm wrong there.
Wood & Subfloor IIRC.... Works great for THAT... I can attest. Now Titebond II Has my heart, and its gonna take a miracle of God to change my mind.
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http://www.liquidnails.com/ViewProductListing.do

Thier product listing.... many more than Ive seen.... I have to try their new Rino Ultra
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It just runs so much & doesn't pack into corners for a better seal.. I don't like it.
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It just runs so much & doesn't pack into corners for a better seal.. I don't like it.
I see.... But when resin comes along... Good point though.
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It just runs so much & doesn't pack into corners for a better seal.. I don't like it.
if your cuts are straight, it works perfectly. IMHO, people who use liquid nails do so to cover up bad cuts or sloppy assembly work.
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It just runs so much & doesn't pack into corners for a better seal.. I don't like it.
if your cuts are so bad that glue wont seal it.........
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If all you got is a jigsaw to make all your cuts and you're not too good with a jigsaw Gorilla Glue is actually quite handy! haha Definately seen that done a few times.

I got Elmers Wood Glue, screws, bolts, and a whole lot of resin holding my wall together. Its one of the most solid boxes Ive ever seen. Its the only thing in my Car that doesnt move when its playing.

Awesome guide! You should have your wife do a tutorial on the way she carpets. I know tons of people (me included) have a hard time getting the carpeting just right.



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If all you got is a jigsaw to make all your cuts and you're not too good with a jigsaw Gorilla Glue is actually quite handy! haha Definately seen that done a few times.

I got Elmers Wood Glue, screws, bolts, and a whole lot of resin holding my wall together. Its one of the most solid boxes Ive ever seen. Its the only thing in my Car that doesnt move when its playing.

Awesome guide! You should have your wife do a tutorial on the way she carpets. I know tons of people (me included) have a hard time getting the carpeting just right.
X2 Carpeting Sticky FTW
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damn atleast one person agrees with me that woodglue is woodglue
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Frankly Ive already learned alot form this thread. Good work.
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I got Elmers Wood Glue, screws, bolts, and a whole lot of resin holding my wall together. Its one of the most solid boxes Ive ever seen. Its the only thing in my Car that doesnt move when its playing.

Awesome guide! You should have your wife do a tutorial on the way she carpets. I know tons of people (me included) have a hard time getting the carpeting just right.
God I hate just having a Jigsaw...I would kill to have a tablesaw and place for it. Very informative thread, Thanks Stratus!



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I really need to get this thread completed, don't I?
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Rich You Sucker...were Is The Pics?haha
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I dont think hes ever finished this box up as it was for himself and he went a diffrent direction
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Look great but what is the box tune at??
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..........Awesome guide! You should have your wife do a tutorial on the way she carpets. I know tons of people (me included) have a hard time getting the carpeting just right.

GREAT idea.....
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Rich, I'm following your thread religiously & since you have not finished, neither have I. You're killing me!!! j/k

Great tutorial rich!
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Really great tutorial.
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Great boxing building and yes like the router tool. By the way, did you cover the box because it doesn't look like it complete?
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Great boxing building and yes like the router tool. By the way, did you cover the box because it doesn't look like it complete?

it's not complete, I need to get off my butt and finish it up, but I've been swamped with box orders, and haven't had time to work on my own stuff lately.
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