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Old 03-12-2012, 05:34 AM - Thread Starter
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So my friend at work is a building inspector and he knows I want to build a sonosub but I'm having trouble finding a 16 inch sonotube. He grabbed a scrap 20 inch by six feet piece for for me from a jobsite in good condition. I had planned to use a 12 or 15 inch driver but the 20 seems too big. I guess if I put a 12 in it I could have the port on the bottom. Anybody used a 20 inch sonotube before?

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So my friend at work is a building inspector and he knows I want to build a sonosub but I'm having trouble finding a 16 inch sonotube. He grabbed a scrap 20 inch by six feet piece for for me from a jobsite in good condition. I had planned to use a 12 or 15 inch driver but the 20 seems too big. I guess if I put a 12 in it I could have the port on the bottom. Anybody used a 20 inch sonotube before?

definitely not too big, check my quick 24 hour build out with a 24 inch tube!!! worked out GREAT!! and subs ARE on the bottom:

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1388343

Its only three pages, I know you can glean some good info from it
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