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Subwoofer replacing, i've torn a large whole into the cone of my car subwoofer, i dont know if teh cone can be repaired if anyone knows can you reffer me to a website or somthing,... second question can i just take teh existing sub out the enclosure and just pop in a new subwoofer magnet thing??

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    cone is torn can it be fixed

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