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Old 1st January 2016, 08:34 PM   #1
dave 111 is offline dave 111  United States
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I've finally selected a full range driver that suits my fancy (the 4fe35) and getting rid of the rest. Their only real use was in comparison testing. So I'd like to get 50% and maybe $5 for shipping.

CHN-70 $27.00 ******SOLD*******

Faital Pro 3fe25 8 ohm $19.00 at Parts Express (If you want the Hilding Horn enclosure they are in that's fine, but the price is going to be at least double as I'm sure they are going to cost quite a bit to ship. **********Sold************

Dayton ND91-8ohm $29.00 at Parts Express. Boxes included. (there is a rather hideous, solder booger on one terminal but that is only because I didn't have a hot enough solderer. It will melt off I'm sure. I was in a hurry and just testing. **********Sold****************

MCM 55-2421 8" subs 4ohm (our rugrat flattened the dustcap on one because it was at her level but it sounds fine) $29.00 at MCM
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Old 1st January 2016, 11:01 PM   #2
jameshillj is offline jameshillj  Australia
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If your vacuum cleaner has a variable vent that allows you to reduce the amount of 'suck' on the end, you can carefully 'pull' that dinted cap out - alternatively, you can carefully hook one of those thin 'tooth probes' thru the dented cap material itself and quietly pull the cap foreward concentrating one part of the dent at a time - this is how the 'pro's' do it - the remaining small hole won't effect the performance at all but if unsure, a small drop of superglue will seal the hole
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Old 2nd January 2016, 09:24 PM   #3
dave 111 is offline dave 111  United States
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thanks, maybe give it a try
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Old 3rd January 2016, 02:11 AM   #4
e_fortier is offline e_fortier  Canada
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Before the 'suck' with the vacuum cleaner, I find that a small dab of water on the dustcap (if cardboard) makes it easier.

Workd great, your dustcap will look like a new one.

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