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Spacers for speakers
Posted 20 April 2007 - 07:16 PM
Posted 21 April 2007 - 03:39 PM
Anyway, pick up whatever flavor you decide on, lay out your design on it and cut it out with a sharp razor blade or X-acto knife. If you need more thickness build as many laers as you want & glue 'em together with a hot glue gun set on the low temp. You can sand it to shape, even use a little body putty if you want to fill and smooth it..spray to match your interior with foam safe paint, and you're stylin'.
I've got 6 x 9 Jenson 4-ways in the stock front door locations of my '89 GL, used this method and it looks like it came from the factory with 'em.
I fly RC aircraft, we use this material a LOT these days..it's cheap at around thirty bucks a bale (that's about 30-40 airplanes, there!) really easy to work with, and finishes nicely..I've used it for body modifications on cars & motorcycles, as it is quite solid if you sheet it with fiberglass..super-fast way to build spoilers, air dams, flared fenderwells, etc..
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