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I need the black plastic cover with nylon mesh over it. My speakers are fine but they need the front covers!

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You can usually get replacements from the manufacturer depending on the units age. If they are molded grills that are specific to that speaker only you can also try THE PARTS STORE online. You can type in the make and model of your stereo and possibly get parts there. If they are just square grills....Parts Express sells adjustable frame kits that may work or Foam covers that are held on with velcro. The last resort is ebay. Many sellers part out speaker parts and may even have another complete unit cheap with covers.

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