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zracer
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 Woofer foam repair

Ok, did something stupid....I punched a hole in my woofer's foam tighteneing the screw. What's an easy way to repair this? It is a small hole about the size of a phillips head, imagine that. The cone was not touched. Thanks

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what kind of sub is it?

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zracer
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It's an old JL 8W3.

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 RE:

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It's an old JL 8W3.

epoxy, or silicone, or both

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Jweston
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I'd be careful about epoxy. Some epoxys will eat right through foam. Silicone might be a good choice for a cheap fix. I'm sure sombody out there can give you a better fix. You might want to post this in the installation area as well. Good luck.

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