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Old 21st September 2013, 11:36   #1
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Hey guys

I recently ordered a bulk pack of damping material (DampMat) from Monty (monty9991) and he sent me their new product, Waterguard to try.

It can replace your standard MDF rings to mount the speakers and also doubles as the protection of your midbass/coaxial from water seepage.

I think it can only accommodate 6.5" speakers.

I have no idea about the price yet. He said I can pay if I like the product.
I will install it probably next week and see if it can take the weight of the speakers.

I saw a few pictures on their FB page and I think it can handle the weight.

Here's their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Water...29265487224767

Here are a few pictures:
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These are version II, I installed these in my ride a couple of months back, and ordered more for the other cars at home. Very good alternate to the MDF rings which not only catch fungus (especially those encased in carpet material) on account of water seeping in during car wash and rains but ultimately rot away.

I did not get the weight bit. These are essentially replacing the MDF rings and have nothing to do with the weight whatsoever. The weight of the speaker is ultimately borne by the door's metal frame to which the speakers are screwed in via the Water guards.

There is enough width in the slots to accept the 53/4" speakers besides the 61/2" ones.

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Hey guys

I recently ordered a bulk pack of damping material (DampMat) from Monty (monty9991) and he sent me their new product, Waterguard to try.

It can replace your standard MDF rings to mount the speakers and also doubles as the protection of your midbass/coaxial from water seepage.

I think it can only accommodate 6.5" speakers.

I have no idea about the price yet. He said I can pay if I like the product.
I will install it probably next week and see if it can take the weight of the speakers.

I saw a few pictures on their FB page and I think it can handle the weight.

Here's their FB page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Water...29265487224767

Here are a few pictures:
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