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Holy **** how do you do this shit? I can't even get the bolts to move. The sub is a Sundown SA
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impact driver and the right size bit
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Take a proper sized screwdriver and hammer and tap the screw with the hammer and screwdriver.
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Take a proper sized screwdriver and hammer and tap the screw with the hammer and screwdriver.
To remove the basket or the bolts?
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impact driver and the right size bit
this...the bolts come right off
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after you get the bolts out then there is glue on the basket so take a rubber malet and hit upward while holding the motor (and if someone can hold the basket thats good too) and it will pop off
or just a swift open palm
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To remove the basket or the bolts?
Yes,the screws.
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impact driver and the right size bit
This works best for me also. The right bit makes it much easier.


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a LOT of sub manufacturers use #3 phillips head screws. If you try to use a #2 you will strip them. Cordless impact drivers along with the right bit work awesome.
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a LOT of sub manufacturers use #3 phillips head screws. If you try to use a #2 you will strip them. Cordless impact drivers along with the right bit work awesome.
THIS^^^^
Took me two hours to get a basket off of my sa12. Then i bought a #4 and it took 2 minutes for the second one
But get at least a #3 sized screwdriver and it'll be easy as hell. Then turn the motor to the side and lightly tap it off with a rubber mallet around the base. Slightly angle up so you don't break anything.
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