DerekSPL
I need to ship 2 T3 Audio T.S.S. subs to my younger brother across the country. I want to properly protect them in transit, and I don't have the boxes they originally came in.

Does anyone have advice on how to get shipping boxes to protect these subs?

Any help would be much appreciated.
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Fredrik Lindberg
Well a "isobaric bandpass-box" made out of thin plywood or particle board would work I guess.
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mhart
maybe email a sub company for empty boxes and the foam they use to keep them safe?
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HCCAfan
expandable foam and garbage sacks are your friend.
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Sinister-David
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Originally posted by HCCAfan:
expandable foam and garbage sacks are your friend.
i agree build a square box and them rap the sub in the trash bag nice and tight and spray foam around it and them screw the top down it will expand around the sub
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MREZSTREET
I have had lots of subs shipped to/from all over. UPS kills em. The foam is really what will save em. insurance a must on shipment
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D-Bass
UPS has damaged AT LEAST HALF the audio equipment I've ever ordered or shipped. Fock'em. Fedex or USPS for sure
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