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Old 02-17-2021, 09:09 AM
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Default Refoam of f113

I recently acquired a used f113 that must have been really abused by the previous owner.
I'm considering replacing the surround foam the driver myself, because of a large rip in it.
I was curious if any of you have tackled this task, and would like to hear your thoughts / story.
Looking at the way the driver is installed, it appears to me that complete disassembly would be required...
Any thoughts?
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