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Old 28th February 2011, 12:40 PM   #1
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Red face Rebuilding a 1960 Jensen C12N

Hi, I have received a speaker cone, voice coil and a spider for my speaker and I notice the voice coil is taller than the original one. Originally the speaker had a whizzer on it and the VC sat about 1/4 inch proud of the base of the cone. Now it is about 3/4 inch taller than the base of the speaker cone. Do I just leave it alone and continue or do I try to peel the leads back from the voice coil and trim it down? Also the brown or black elephant snot, can anyone tell me a brand name to choose and where I can find it? I am really excited to see how my first attempt to rebuild a speaker goes. Thanks, Roy
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