Question about Sunfire True Sub Signature Subwoofer
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You can go to a hardware store and silicone caulk that is black, make sure it is flexible type. clean surface with rubbing alcohol and a cue tip to prep surface area well, allow alcohol to dry,apply silicone front and back of cone evenly bout 16th inch thick and let dry for full cure time on directions of silicone caulk tube. sub will work awesome. ive done this on many car subs of high amps and never had it fail. hope this helps you alot, i understand how it feels
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