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Old     (mikeski)      Join Date: Aug 2003       05-31-2010, 9:58 PM Reply   
So my Wetsounds Pro 485's are probably one of the first sets ever sold. They were the actual pair we used for some speaker testing back in the spring of 2006. In talking with Wetsounds, the early white housings were not painted, they were the natural white plastic. Fast forward to the fifth season and 450 hours later and they were not looking so hot. The tops had yellowed pretty badly and the sides had marks from the covers chaffing while towing.

Stripped them down to the raw housings, sanded them down, filled all the screw holes up with bondo, filled the seams up with bondo, and had them painted with Nason auto paint custom matched to the hull of the boat. Stoked with the results, really liking the smooth look without the seams and bolt holes. Check it out.

Now, I am thinking about having them covered with ClearBra to protect them? Anybody a clearbra expert...
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