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Old     (texasbear08)      Join Date: Jan 2005       06-28-2005, 3:48 PM Reply   
I am having a sub box for my boat sprayed with line-x... but the guy at the shop asked me if i wanted him to shoot the inside. Is that nessessary? The box is made out of MDF and so if there is anyway it would rot i want to do the inside too.

Old     (2step)      Join Date: Oct 2004       06-29-2005, 7:02 AM Reply   
I am no stereo expert, but I think as long as the box is sealed properly there will be no need to line-x the inside, just a waste of material and $. Save the $ and line-X your swim platform.
Old     (jon4pres)      Join Date: May 2004       06-29-2005, 4:09 PM Reply   
how much does it cost to have something small like that sprayed with line-x? Just curiouse
Old    bigdeal            06-30-2005, 8:19 PM Reply   
Jon B, yeh you can skip the interior of your box. Would be really hard for your Line-X installer to shoot anyway. Just make sure he gets a good coat on the exterior. IMHO, Line-X is the only way to go with a sub box.

Jon, Line-X for a medium sized sub box should run around $50, but trust me , it's worth it. Or you could do what I did. I built the Line-X installer a sub box for his Mustang (which he shot with Line-X), and made $20 on the deal!

Here's a pic of the Line-X'd sub box I have in my Moomba. And yes, it does sit in a location exposed to the weather. That's how much I trust the Line-X finish. The location also let's me use it as a boarding step for the ladies getting into and out of the boat which works great!


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