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Old 01-25-2006, 07:05 PM   #1
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Hi,
I'm using some gladware containers as rear speaker boxes (been told they work very well), and today I attempted to mount one with screws and use silicone to seal it. To put it shortly, I failed miserably.

What is some super strong adhesive I could use to mount the boxes to the underside of the rear deck? CC told me JB weld, but I'd like to know of some alternatives I could get at an auto store or hardware store.

Thanks a lot!
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Hi,
I'm using some gladware containers as rear speaker boxes (been told they work very well), and today I attempted to mount one with screws and use silicone to seal it. To put it shortly, I failed miserably.

What is some super strong adhesive I could use to mount the boxes to the underside of the rear deck? CC told me JB weld, but I'd like to know of some alternatives I could get at an auto store or hardware store.

Thanks a lot!
You can get JB weld at either one of those stores. Auto stores have a bunch of stuff, especially if it'* two part expoxy it'* usually strong. Or there'* always Gorilla Glue...

Can you expand on using glad containers for speaker boxes? I have never heard of that, and I'm replacing my 6x9'* soon, every little bit helps I guess...
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You can get JB weld at either one of those stores. Auto stores have a bunch of stuff, especially if it'* two part expoxy it'* usually strong. Or there'* always Gorilla Glue...

Can you expand on using glad containers for speaker boxes? I have never heard of that, and I'm replacing my 6x9'* soon, every little bit helps I guess...
orignal user of the glad wear, as you can see here....you MUST reinforce the boxes with Dynamat or peel and seal or they will sounk reeeealy bad

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Thanks for telling me that Pat after I mount them!
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