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post #1 of 3 Old 12-22-2012, 06:57 AM - Thread Starter
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When installing bracing into a subwoofer box do you want to screw and glue the bracing or just glue it?
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Just glue is fine. Screws are usually just to hold stuff in place till the glue dries. If you can clamp it you don't need screws
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if you have an air/brad nailer that can come in handy, nailer in one hand and brace (with gule applied) in the other. Much easier to get things held in place and then from there you can clamp and/or screw.
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