Question about Car Audio & Video
A flexible adhesive like clear silicone adhesive will work, just don't glop it on too heavy or it will unbalance the weight of the cone and shorten the life of the sub. Dont use an adhesive that dries to a hard state or it will actually tear the foam more. Let me know if that helped:) Thanks
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
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