I live in the San Francisco Bay Area, which is pretty arid. We’ve gotten just over 5” of rain so far this year in my City, though we are in a drought.Do you live in an area with high humidity?
I had a beanbag burst and I honestly kept finding the little ****s for years after
Sweet just checked out your build. Fine craftsmanship!Making a mess was a big concern as I considered using the bean bag chair.
I just moved slowly as I measured the volume, then vacuumed it all back out. It was amazingly uneventful. I even re-used the styrofoam beads to confirm the volume of the enclosure once it was complete.
And one last thing, this was only a few months back, no where near 5 years ago
For years I've been toying with the idea of building a spare tire well enclosure. My current setup is awesome, but I'd like more output and I'd like to regain the ability to pass luggage from the trunk into the rear seat. I currently have an IB setup with an AE SBP15 residing in a wall...www.caraudiojunkies.com
5 inches??? Here in Atlanta we get 5 inches with a normal every day summer afternoon thunderstorms.I live in the San Francisco Bay Area, which is pretty arid. We’ve gotten just over 5” of rain so far this year in my City, though we are in a drought.
I literally kept a vacuum by my side, but it went surprisingly well. But I had little to no wind and it has been extremely dry.
sounds like a lot of work when the hose is right there....Now that my busy season is over I’m going to create a set of wooden blocks cut as specific volumes in decreasing size to quickly pack into enclosures then use a small amount of granular material to fill up the remaining space and obtain an accurate measurement.