Very well put explanation...thank you very much. About how large should the new brace be ? Like 5" tall, 1/2"-3/4" thick, and however wide to to fit very tight ? I would put two in the throat...one above the driver, and one below it. Maybe even one in the middle of it also for good measure. Should I also put some bracing from the back of the mouth to the back of the sub baffle ?soho54 said:It won't be a problem with something like PL Premium. Cut the piece tight, and put it into the throat area. Spin it into position setting the non-baffle wall first. Then pull the baffle wall side towards you, and tap it in with a hammer. Use a clamp with the head reversed to apply pressure from the opposite side in the mouth fold, and you are done. Without nails the wood will crack next to the seem before the PL will let go.
The p-glass flex will be the only problem then.
The brace doesn't have to be very large either, so you don't have to cover everything up behind the p-glass there.