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Old 05-01-2009, 10:40 PM
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Heater hole cover ideas needed

I have a 2008 x2, Im currently modifying the stock 10" sub area. I Swapped the stock 10 and replaced it with a JL 10w7 I am going ported however the sub rest farther back and covers 1/2 of the hole, well like 3 inches away from it. I will have to run the port out of the back of the box. I am rerouting the heater to the back wall however need to plug the 4" hole. Does anyone know of a plug/cover that would look good in that area.

Table billet aluminum bracket work?

If I have to resort to fiberglassing it, I will but was just looking to hopefully just plug it.

Also for redrilling a 4" hole what is the best way? hole saw with masking tape? Im just worried about the gel cracking.

Thanks
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Old 05-01-2009, 11:31 PM
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I have a 2008 x2, Im currently modifying the stock 10" sub area. I Swapped the stock 10 and replaced it with a JL 10w7 I am going ported however the sub rest farther back and covers 1/2 of the hole, well like 3 inches away from it. I will have to run the port out of the back of the box. I am rerouting the heater to the back wall however need to plug the 4" hole. Does anyone know of a plug/cover that would look good in that area.

Table billet aluminum bracket work?

If I have to resort to fiberglassing it, I will but was just looking to hopefully just plug it.

Also for redrilling a 4" hole what is the best way? hole saw with masking tape? Im just worried about the gel cracking.

Thanks

I used a hole saw and tape when I installed me transom remote. Just make sure you run the saw in reverse till you get through the gel coat, and then you can switch it back to forward.
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