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Speaker repair/ Recone kits needed

I'm looking for a Recone kit for Peavey 18" woofers the # on the mag. is C18B109 8 ohms the # on the paper is 451807-1 / 326and 451807-1 / 487 . If anyone knows where I can buy the kits and what the model # is for the kits please let me know thanks in advance Dwayne

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SOURCE: reg: Cerwin-Vega! 250SE 125 watt

i had the same problem & got them fixed at a professional audio place in town & now my speakers are like new. They will last me another 10 years. I suggest you have them fixed by a professional.

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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