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Unless the company that made the speakers machined the allen screws themselfs, I'm sure any standard or metric allen set will work. Just becareful of the bracket because it may be glued to the speaker frame or there might be a gasket between the 2.
There will be a some wires coming from the crossover that will lead to the tweeters and to the woofer. They are terminated with female connectors that will slide on to the male end on the speakers. If the speakers that you are getting are from the same manufacture, then they should have the same fittings. If not, you may have to replace the females to match. It's a simple strip and crimp process.
Just make sure to mark the wires so you know which one is pos and neg. If you mix them it will throw your speakers out of phase and they won't sound right.
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