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Old 21st September 2011, 04:02 AM   #1
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Default Dis-assembly of magnet? anyone know a LESS risky way?

I have a couple of cheapish midbasses lying around, and I was thinking of removing the dustcap, and installing a phase plug.

since the cones are fairly delicate, ive changed my mind about that particular idea

However, I would like to try and remove the magnet assembly from the rear of the basket, in order to get a nice pole piece vent drilled through. Of course swarf precautions taken.

I would just like to know if anyone has any tips on how i can do this safely, or if there is any solvent/method to help soften the bond.
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