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Carbonb 
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How to add the expander to the inside if you have the fabric attached to a mold?
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You can either cut the fleece away from the rings and go through that hole, or you can cut a square out of the bottom of the mdf. Then do your work and just replace it after and seal it with the resin expander to hold into place.
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Carbonb 
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Lol, I'd rather just put it on the outside instead of trying to reattach a square fiberglass hole ;)
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Your not reattaching a square FIBERGLASS hole. You cut out a square MDF hole, then reattach the MDF and fill with resin expander.

Carbonb 
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Well if you take a fiberglass mold of the side of your trunk, you are saying I should attacking MDF pieces inside of that mold just so I can apply the expander on the inside?
It seems like it would be easier just to apply it to the outside.
Unlesss somehow you could flip it over and apply it through a small hole without getting everything everywhere.
erickbkny28 
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glassworkz dvd - Page 2 -- posted image.

If your talking about this type of enclosure, then you do-not cut out the back, you cut out the speaker ring, and add your resin expander from the front opening.

glassworkz dvd - Page 2 -- posted image.

If your talking about this type of enclosure, then you can cut out an opening in the back of the box, then add in your resin expander, then seal the opening after your resin expander is dry.

erickbkny28 
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Posted: December 22, 2004 at 1:41 AM / IP Logged  

Hey guys..sorry about that up there.^^^^

http://glassmanscustomforum.com/v-web/gallery/albums/album04/17_Vinly_Carpet_Dye_or_Paint.thumb.jpg

If your talking about this type of enclosure, then you do-not cut out the back, you cut out the speaker ring, and add your resin expander from the front opening.

http://glassmanscustomforum.com/v-web/gallery/albums/Misc-Infiniti/13_Completed.thumb.jpg

If your talking about this type of enclosure, then you can cut out an opening in the back of the box,then add in your resin expander, then seal the opening after your resin expander is dry.

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