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o.j so i just got in my brand new 18'' re sx dual 2 ohm recone kit..

this is actually the first recone i will be doing.. i watched 100 or more video's and read all over about 15 forum's on how to properly do this right and im ready to do it but, i ran into a slight problem..


the re sx recone kit came with 3 bottles of liquid..

they are labled.

1- rubber

2- activator

3- c a


now this is where im stuck.. what is what.. what do i mix with what and where does it go..

what goes on the spider and what goes on the surround..?

and help with this.. how do i do it.. feel free to give any advice you can.. thanks.
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Spider landing and surround landing: Apply CA glue and place recone. Apply pressure and spray on the activator.

Dustcap: Use rubberized glue to attack.


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ca goes on spider you just spray it with the acttivator to get hard and rubbber stuff for surround/dustcap
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nvm mine...they got ya.lol
i said the same..ca on spider..rubber on surround and cap
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o.k that helps alot but 1 more thing..

what do you mean put the ca glue down then the spider then spray the activator..?

1st the activator is not in a spray bottle.. and second isnt it supposed to go on the actual ca glue in order to activate it..? and not ontop of the voice ciol..

thats what it sounded like you said.. unless i misunderstood..? thanks guys
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give the spider a little time to soak before spraying the activator. like 30 seconds.
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also make sure you put the bead down quick on the basket and then get the coil in the gap quick and shimmed before the glue starts to harden and sticks in the wrong spot causing coil rub.
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o.k 1 person says to use the ca glue on the spider and the surround..

the rest are saying to use the ca glue on the spider only and the ruber glue on the surround and dust cap..


which one is correct..


what goes on the surround landing.. is it the ca glue or the rubber..?

and the rubber does not get no activator right..?
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It isnt the biggest deal. I choose to use CA for my surrounds, you can use either.
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o.k thanks.. now what about the activator..? do i use it if i use the rubber for the surround..

or is the activator just for the ca glue..?

sorry for all the questions... i feel its better to ask first then screw up..
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