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post #1 of 4 Old 10-07-2013, 09:30 PM - Thread Starter
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I am in the process of mounting my subs to the baffle and noticed the foam surround covers more than half of the mounting holes in the frame on one side. Should I slit the surround where it covers to make it easier to put the bolts through, or just push the bolts through?

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Its not the surround, its the gasket. I would push the bolts through if possible.

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This is definitely part of the surround...the woofers have no gasket.




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I am in the process of mounting my subs to the baffle and noticed the foam surround covers more than half of the mounting holes in the frame on one side. Should I slit the surround where it covers to make it easier to put the bolts through, or just push the bolts through?

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Pushing the bolt through may separate more of the surround from the glue.

I'd make a small slit with a knife, staying within the confines of the hole.
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