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Just an opinion but unless the feet are really long I think just simply sit the sub or subs on the pads with feet intact.
They will simply sit right in place on the pad or pads.


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Thank you, you answered my question before I could ask it. I just bought a JL F112v2 and was wondering if I had to take the feet off. I ordered a Subdude HT today. Bought with a homedepot gift card using Amex points.
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Thank you, you answered my question before I could ask it. I just bought a JL F112v2 and was wondering if I had to take the feet off. I ordered a Subdude HT today. Bought with a homedepot gift card using Amex points.
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I hope all works out to your satisfaction.

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I just got my subdude HT this afternoon and I shocked that for $63.00 this thing actually works. I used the opening scene in the movie James Bond Spectre and normally the glasses in my kitchen cabinet rattle and the pots and pans I have hung on the ceiling in the kitchen ring like Christmas bells, nothing nada. I am taking about the scene with March on the day of the dead and then the building blowing up and falling down. I then replayed the scene and went into my bedroom and the closet door typically rattles, with subdude HT it did not. I live in a 1300sqft condo with all cemented hardwood floors a cement slab on the 4th of the building. I also have high quality hardwood as well from mirage flooring typically not put in a condo due it’s price point. MY wife was even impressed with results of the subdude and she typically could care less about this stuff. All I can say great product at a great price.
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I just got my subdude HT this afternoon and I shocked that for $63.00 this thing actually works. I used the opening scene in the movie James Bond Spectre and normally the glasses in my kitchen cabinet rattle and the pots and pans I have hung on the ceiling in the kitchen ring like Christmas bells, nothing nada. I am taking about the scene with March on the day of the dead and then the building blowing up and falling down. I then replayed the scene and went into my bedroom and the closet door typically rattles, with subdude HT it did not. I live in a 1300sqft condo with all cemented hardwood floors a cement slab on the 4th of the building. I also have high quality hardwood as well from mirage flooring typically not put in a condo due it’s price point. MY wife was even impressed with results of the subdude and she typically could care less about this stuff. All I can say great product at a great price.
Dave,

As you can see in my signature the link to my H/T pictures I am using a lot of the product.
Totally satisfied with it.
and as you said the wall between the rear of my H/T is the kitchen with the cabinets.
They, contents of cabinets) are not shaking everything in them.
So they worked just fine for what I needed.

Glad things worked out for you.

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