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me & my son attended two shows this weekend, Saturday a DB Drag/IASCA Show the tear was almost off at this show

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AH7T6cwAsFo&list=UUtswTQOpcCTsutA-08KrZEA

then I was the SPL Judge at a show Sunday, my goal was to go ahead & let the bass finish it off, my son filmed both times, I'm just gonna gorilla tape it & let it ride, people keep saying it's fiberglass or plastic, SUV's are made of metal, I've been giving demos

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5-sIXCo_1c&list=UUtswTQOpcCTsutA-08KrZEA

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Rattles and flex are lost energy you are hurting your score........ LOL jk.

why dont you just throw a skar audio sticker over it and call it a day?

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