If chemicals won't work,perhaps using a dremel tool with the sandpaper will work. Just keep a steady hand.
Thought I would share this,been doing it for years. If you have a compressor and a 10 cent faucet washer, you can blow the gunk out of the tubes...
I use liquid tape. For foam I have used water based contact cement,
Could ou send me some pictures
problems with keboard
Not Fostex D266.Terminals are wrong.Fostex did make a horn similar to what is shown.
Looks British by the finish. What are the characters on the back lip.
I have, somewhere, the T/S parameters. If I can find the I will post them.
Lloyds used to make a speaker similar in appearance.
do you still have the RW Oliver speakers?
Hopefully this is just the start.
60 inches should give you 3 inches of stretch.
I'm going out later,I will at a fabric store.
Try your local fabric stores. I used to get double knit polyester in 60 inch widths.
I would venture to say that doing a complete veneer would be a lot easier than patching. Jump in,the water is fine.
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