Originally Posted by Ivan Beaver. The cracked section was indented inwards, and I pried the section up and above the cone thinking it would allow better bonding. Drop by your local JL Audio dealer and ask to listen to these new products. What kind of goop? Originally Posted by Kanaris You lucky dog I’m thinking of using some fiber glass mesh tape, plus some sort of crazy glue someone recommended:
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What kind of goop? It’s incredibly strong, but still flexible and light weight. Loctite is the industry standard CA glue for non-hightemp applications.
Is there anyway you can do the repair from the underside? Drop by your local JL Audio dealer and ask to listen to these new products. NEO Dan is offline. Just put a small bead of it conegorilla audio crack let it cure for a day. I’d probably go the superglue route. I used clear acrylic finger nail polish from target and it is still holding strong and sounds good as new.
I had about a three inch tear on one of the surrounds of a Kicker 12″ sub.
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I’m thinking of using some fiber glass mesh tape, plus some sort of crazy glue someone recommended: This stuff is conegorilla audio crack. A rubber toughened CA glue will work ok for fixing that. Mon, 02 Mar Originally Posted by Looneybomber I’m curious why epoxy wouldn’t be better? Given the amount of power I plan on running, I prefer to repair it as well as I possibly can.
The cracked section was indented inwards, and I pried the section up and above the cone thinking it would allow better bonding. Use bicycle tire glue, or rubber cement.
Reply from JL tech support: Loctite and Loctite primer. Sun, 1 Mar I have attached two pictures with this email. It won’t look real pretty though. I saw the ad too.
The cracked section was indented inwards, until Conegofilla pried it up with a small screw driver. You can also get it at Lee Valley they are in Canada. It gets that place stiff, and will break again due to the huge air pressure caused conegorilla audio crack the sub. Look for it at fine woodworking stores.
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I lightly spread some GOOP over the tear and let it dry and it was back to new again. Still, the damaged area audko allow some conegorilla audio crack motion at the crack, so flexible is probably better. Lot’s of conegorilka rent stuff stacked up into a medium rent pile. It would be best if you could get the tear in the dustcap realigned. For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome.
I’m curious why epoxy wouldn’t be better? You can re glue it with a glue sold at Home Depot called Goop.