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Noob Fiberglass Enclosure?


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captain_zap 
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the first question is how big on an enclosure?
ace_ram 
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approximately 1.75 cu. ft., it will be attached to the rear cargo door of my suv..
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Just make sure of where the gas tank is I have seen people drill right into befor an this was at a shop back home Noob Fiberglass Enclosure? - Page 2 -- posted image. Needles to say they had to replace the gas tank.

total_overkill 
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I used the existing seatbelt and back seat frame. lol  check my new post and youll get it
40 grit has saved my life sometimes =[
ace_ram 
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I'm building a ported(using PVC pipe 3") FG enclosure for my car, the questions are, do you need both ends of the port to be flared? Lenght of my port is about 10" and the FG enclosure size is about 1.8 cu. ft...
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A really good option to cardboard is thin wood. Doesn't have to be real wood pick what ya want and thickness as well.  I also found that drywall cornerbead and bolts will make an awesome Skeleton\frame for you, And is really light and cheap.  You can probably get wood and cornerbead at the same place.

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