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j68rh 
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Here is my second fiberglass incloser.  I made a box for a 12" sub that will fit in a Scion Tc.

This picture is the start mold inside the car

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

Next picture is the sub ring supported by 7/16" dole rod

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

next is a picture of the box with MDF ring

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

The next picture is of the box wrapped in fleece

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

Next picture is just a different angle

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

Next picture is of the box with it fiberglassed and has the 12" sub in it

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

Next picture 2 pictures are of the box fiberglassed and bondoed right before I covered it to go in the care

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

In a couple of days I will have a picture of the finished box in the car and pictures of the amp rack also. stay tuned to the next big project i am going to be working on its going to be awesome.

j68rh 
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I am adding more pictures.  These pictures are for the amp rack on the other side of the car.

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

this next picture is of the mold all cut and the dowel rods in place

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

the next picture is of the MDF in place and attached to the dowel rods

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

and the last picture of the amp rack is part of it right this second is covered in fleece

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

these next pictures are of a dash kit I am smoothing out for a 2004 xterra the dash kist for the radio had a little cubby I just couldn't use so I covered it and I am in the process of smothing it out and getting ready for paint.

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

So here is whats up for right now.  more is on the way like the amp rack finished and the dash kit.  Also I have a big project I am starting on June 13th .  Drop me a line and let me know what you think. 

spootydlux4 
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looks pretty darn good! what kind of equipment is goin in there? also what is this huge project you are about to start?
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j68rh 
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Why thanks.  The guy I am doing the box for has an MTX 12 and the amp for the amp rack is an MTX thunder 504.  and for the dash kit an Alpin cd-9825 deck is going into that which is going into my xterra.  and for the big project I will give a sneak peak on what is started I am just finishing with the glass work.

My second fiberglass project -- posted image.

so I am going to be doing the glass work on this monster and I will keep everyone posted with pictures on the progress.  Oh yeah this is in a scion XB

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The pic definately a monster!
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My second fiberglass project -- posted image.
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j68rh 
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Posted: June 07, 2005 at 5:19 AM / IP Logged  

Auex,

Thanks for reposting the picture sometimes when I post pictures they get all messed up. but thanks

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All those subs running on those tiny ports? Everything else is nice bro, I am doing a entire trunk build, am going to start this afternoon! Everything you have done is awesome! Good job!
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Thanks alot.  I didn't build the box, and from my understanding the diameter of the ports are small as we can see but the length inside of the box is were the made up for it.  I don't know for sure though.  But hey thanks and I love doing this becuase it keeps me busy
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How does it sound?
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