You can re glue it with a glue sold at Home Depot called Goop. The cracked section was indented inwards, and I pried the section up and above the cone thinking it would allow better bonding. Originally Posted by Looneybomber I’m curious why epoxy wouldn’t be better? Do you live in Windsor? Originally Posted by Kanaris You lucky dog
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I used clear acrylic finger nail polish from target and it is still holding strong and sounds good as new. I lightly spread some GOOP over the tear and let it dry and it was back to new again.
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Sun, 1 Mar Conegorilla audio crack gets that place stiff, and will break again due to the huge air pressure caused by the sub. Let it set for awhile as this thick stuff isn’t like normal crazy glue. Contrary to what everybody says, super glue is the worst craco to use in repairing a speaker cone.
It’s not possible to get to the cone from the underside. Originally Posted by Looneybomber I’m curious why epoxy wouldn’t be better?
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I would think you would have to be careful how much weight you add to the cone. Lot’s of low rent stuff stacked up into a medium rent pile. Their primer for hard to bond plastics works well to promote adhesion.
Reply from JL tech support: I agree about CA cracl It won’t look real pretty though. What kind of goop? Still, the damaged area may allow some relative motion at the crack, so flexible is probably better. conegorilla audio crack
What do you recommend for fixing the sub? Drop by your local Xrack Audio dealer and ask to listen to these new products. It would be best if you could get the tear in the dustcap realigned. NEO Dan is offline. Use bicycle tire glue, or rubber cement. So I picked up two 13W7s yesterday, and one of them had a receiver dropped onto it So there’s a crack about 1.
I’ve personally used it to repair a pair of subs I used in my old car audio setup. This stuff is amazing. It’s incredibly strong, but still flexible and light weight. I was about to pull them outta of under you Crwck rubber toughened CA glue will work ok for fixing that. I’m thinking of using some fiber glass mesh tape, plus some sort of crazy glue someone recommended: I’m curious why epoxy wouldn’t be better?
Mon, 02 Conegorilla audio crack Audil there anyway you can do the repair conegorilla audio crack the underside? But I’d can’t say for sure without seeing it first.
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Originally Posted by Ivan Beaver. What is the best to use for this type of repair? Look for it at fine woodworking stores. So I plan on using a bit of sticky fiberglass tape left over from drywall and some sort of adhesive.