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Old 4th April 2008, 22:21   #16
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Hmm yes you are right. I think monty9991 was getting confused with woofer t-nuts.
well i meant these Tnuts for fiberglassing not for making MDF woofer box.
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well i meant these Tnuts for fiberglassing not for making MDF woofer box.
Only the name is common but the purpose of this t-slot nuts is quite different and unique.
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Only the name is common but the purpose of this t-slot nuts is quite different and unique.
Correct..
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Forgive my ignorance....But what sort of a subwoofer is that? Why is it so massive at the bottom and what does it achieve with that heavy a bottom?
I hope you'll reply to my stupid question!
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Forgive my ignorance....But what sort of a subwoofer is that? Why is it so massive at the bottom and what does it achieve with that heavy a bottom?
I hope you'll reply to my stupid question!
No your question is not at all stupid. But I think some times my question are stupid.

Anyways it is a SPL subwoofer here are its specs..

:: Ground Zero :: Subwoofer / GZPW 15
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Only the name is common but the purpose of this t-slot nuts is quite different and unique.
you are right.
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@LBM - I would recommend you also get lock nuts for the allen screw setup that you have done. Or at the very lest get some spring washers. Either of these things will ensure that the screws dont loosen over extended periods of time.
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@LBM - I would recommend you also get lock nuts for the allen screw setup that you have done. Or at the very lest get some spring washers. Either of these things will ensure that the screws dont loosen over extended periods of time.

Hmm I agree. I also planned to use the loctite thread locker solution also.
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Loctite will also work.
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