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Fiberglass Subwoofer Enclosure (Pictures)
(How to Build a fiberglass subwoofer enclosure molded to the side of the trunk.)

Step 1: Supplies
Step 2: Making the Mold
Step 3: Mounting the MDF Ring
Step 4: Fleecing
Step 5: Making it Strong
Step 6: Before the Paint
Step 7: Preview


Supplies needed are...

Fiberglass- Cloth and Mat, you can get it from Wal-mart or Lowes, or other resources like westmarine.com, or USComposites. I find that is is just easier to get it from Wal-Mart.

Resin/MEKP(hardener)- Again you can just get the kind at Wal-Mart. Grab an extra bottle of MEKP, they dont give enough for a gallon.

Paint brushes- (several)Cheap as you can find, I cut the bristles down to 1.5 inches.

MDF board- I used 3/4 inch, Lowes or Home Depot.

Dixie cups- (lots) I use the plastic kind and used a measuring glass to firgure out how much 2oz. 4oz. and 6oz. were and used a magic marker on the side to.

Mixing sticks- I use popsickel sticks.

Rubber gloves
Face mask
A yard or two of polyester fabric
Dremel tool w/ cut off or grind wheel
Wooden dowels
Plastics tarp/ trash bags
Masking tape
Alum. foil
Jig saw
Bug spray (if your working outside in the summer)

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