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jlord16 
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thats looking sweet, 4 foot drop? damn that box is strong as, will look sweet as in the TT
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05honda wrote:
nice nice.....only thing i would have done different...i would have flush mounted the sub....
Well that is a matter of opinion. In this case, It looks better to me not flushed.
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Looks like a strong anchor. Nice and sturdy and should give off a nice bass tone. I myself like the flush Idea as well as my 4 10's are being flush mounted as we speak pretty much as well. Nice work. Hope it sounds as good as it looks.
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auex wrote:
Well that is a matter of opinion. In this case, It looks better to me not flushed.

Yes it is a matter of opinion, but you have to remembre that the MAIN reason for using fiberglass in the first place is to maximize air space and take a minimum of space(which in a TT is a premium).  On smaller cars I personally prefer to go with the fluch mounted look as it doesn't impede on trunk space.

Question for thread maker:  Did you use fiber weave for all layers?  I can tell at least the top layer was done in weave, but what about the rest?

Also, from those pictures you have a bit more sanding/bondo to do.  I can see a few gouges.  Note this only applies if you're going to paint it.  If you're going to carpet it then you're good to go

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Don't do that. If you're going to respond say something useful. I didn't mean that post to be personal. I think I misspelled two whole words
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I did end up useing fiber weave for all the layers. Also i had a whole lot more sanding, took for ever, then i had to spot putty a couple spots, more sanding, sprayed the primer, primer sealer, then got the paint on and clear coat. what ya think....for a first time fibergalass job?
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Looks good but what is that?
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It looks sweet as, very smooth and clean, brilliant job Audi TT Trunk Box - Page 2 -- posted image.
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You can't be serious. Theres no way thats your first Fiberglass job.

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