Originally Posted by armystud0911 /forum/post/12928310
oh yeah, the stuff's incredible, we use it on the farm all the time. Its even been used to repair cracked engine blocks on heavy machinery.
Originally Posted by Looneybomber /forum/post/12928438
and I thought using that glass repair stuff on windsheilds due to rock chips was bad.
Ok, how did you crack a Cat, international, cummins, ect...engine block?
Originally Posted by JBLsound4645 /forum/post/12932481
What way did you remove it, was it in a vertical position because you need to be very careful because it can just slip when the last screw is holding it.
Or you should place you're knee on the very edge of it, just as you're removing the last screw. Best way with these smaller subs is to place it upside down then, remove all the screws, and then lift it out gently.
Originally Posted by DonoMan /forum/post/12932810
he said he already tried super glue. Super glue is nowhere near the strength of most epoxies.
Originally Posted by JasonS /forum/post/12933111
I'll be doing this everytime from now on.