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    Posted: 11 February 2010 at 10:15pm
Hello,
my mates & I are planning on making these HOGs, and we had a few questions on the construction, and on the speaker that'll drive 'em:









There's another plan with the rest of the mesurments, but I wanted to know if anyone had ever build these, and what's to think of it ?

Second question, it is said on the plan that a B&C Speakers 18TBX100 would be good, is that info any good ?

What do I need to use to cover the inside of the cab, glass wool ?

and last, the type of wood is specified on the plan, would another kind do the job (MDF for example) ? and double bracing the whole cab means every piece of wood that'll be put inside it must be screwed through a brace ?

That's about it,

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Double bracing means that there should be two identical braces accross the width of the design, rather than just on in the middle.

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Makes them look rather pretty with the double bracing to!
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thanks to you two for the quick answer, would you have by the way some pics of the construction of these ?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote nomis Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12 February 2010 at 3:41pm
read the hog scoop thread(nice pics by father francis in there),and a more recent rebated build.search 'hog scoop rebate' in the forum.
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Go for PD1850 or V18-1200 if you want serious low-end grunt .
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serious low end grunt yesterday night
 
 
room didnt have best sound, or cabs werent placed in best position so dance floor had very nice bass but outside the room everything was shaking hard, nice throw!
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