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IMF cm 2 front covers ?
IMF cm 2 front covers ?
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Old 25th November 2005, 07:43 PM   #1
itsme1 is offline itsme1  England
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Question IMF cm 2 front covers ?

Hi to all. I need to find a pair of foam covers to fit on my IMF cm 2. I don't know to where to look or how much thay will cost ? The old ones fell apart. I see from the IMF web site, that foam was used to save having hard edges in front the speakers. any info would be helpfull.
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