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I have a 12" kicker thats ripped.

I have a 12" comp kicker, not square, and near the foam/rubber thingy near the right corner bottom it' started to ripped it's about a inch rip, i was wondering what could i do to fix it? or should i just chuck it?.

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There are repair kits to fix this. One place you might want to check out is www.newfoam.com

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