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If you had a surround on a sub that was torn on the outside edge (longer than an inch in length), what would be the easiest and fastest way to repair it (not necessarily for long term but to get through a comp of 5-10 burps at somewhat low power. 600-800 watts.)

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marcmdm2005
Duct tape and Shoe Goo!!
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pimpin at my house
i would change the cone and dustcap. its prob weak in other spots. but you are only gonna run a lil bit of power...
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Trafficjamz151
Try using silicone. Something that is flexable. Put it on both sides.
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Alemuthafukinjandro
I used Gorilla Tape on mine and it is missing about 2" of the surround. It's an old 17" DD Beast. It's held up pretty well so far. Did a 153.7 at the last show in Elgin with two subs in SSNW. Each sub had a little over 2,000 watts going to it. I also play music on the subs with about 1,000 watts going to each. The tape has held up for a couple of months now. I have a new surround for the woofer, I've just been a little lazy to fix it.
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Thorshammer
Goop from home depot or lowes. Blue Tube red lettering.

The goop alone will hold the surround togethter. It stays plyable. Put a layer on let it dry 10 min add another layer. For added protection gorilla tape works great!
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ESP Challenge
Thanks guys!
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