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Old 3rd August 2002, 02:08 AM   #41
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Thanks for the compliments guys. As to whether or not I sealed the boxes, yes I did. I used a latex/silicone caulking around all the inside edges, as well as around the ports, it kinda seeped out around the ports, so thats the white stuff you see in the picture. And then around the speakers Im using 'speaker caulk' i got from parts express, it's a non-permanent sealent that comes in strips. And now its time to start the sanding/bondo'ing

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Old 3rd August 2002, 02:52 AM   #42
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Good job!

Can't wait to see the pics after you put a finish on it!

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