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Hi steves-music

Being triple jointed, or having a third extra thin flexible arm will help!! lol. I have not done one before my self, but it sports the same design as the Peavey subcompact bin, and I have done a few of them. You will have remove the front grill, to go in through the front, and unscrew/bolt the driver using a 1/4 inch ratchet drive with an extension will help get the back screws. Use of a mirror will help you sight the screws for removal and replacement. Not an easy job, but doable.


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