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How do i take my 10 in sub apart? - Car Audio & Video

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  • louASR May 11, 2010

    Are you trying to yake apart the actual speaker? or remove it from the box? If it is the speaker take it to a professional.

  • faststang48 May 11, 2010

    What Do You Mean Take Apart? As In Removal From The Enclosure? Or Dissembling The Actual Subwoofer?



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You shpuld only attempt to take your sub apart if you really know what your doing, one wrong move and it will not work properly again

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