Question about Kicker 05C104 Car Subwoofer
The only way is too used some silicone glue, like what you use on bath room tiles (the clear stuff not the white concrete looking stuff) and apply to the damaged area, also you might have to replace the magnet too
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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