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Everything posted by crunchman12001

  1. NOT MINE! https://www.ebay.com/itm/284012272871?ul_noapp=true Beaters but good project.
  2. Pair of KLF-20's I refinished. I used the above stain and sprayed with Satin Lacquer for a KLF "light Oak" (same look as Oak Clear) finish. You can also use the same stain and apply a finishing oil for "Oak Oil" If you can post a pic of the rear tag, we can verify your finish.
  3. Hi Speakmeister, I PM'd you August 29th.
  4. I have started the refurb. They will turn out nice.
  5. That sucks but I am glad the dealer took care of you. It seems the thin plastic on the Mid horn is no match for the heavy driver, even when new.
  6. To seal the gap between the mid-range driver and the plastic horn so no air escapes.
  7. Gasket that goes between the Mid-range driver and plasti It is a gasket that belongs between the mid-range driver and the plastic horn to seal it.
  8. I have found that out the hard way. Cheap plastic and 30 years of age are not a good combination. I think I will go for a 2 part epoxy, they broke in a good spot compared to others I have seen. The epoxy should hold until I find a replacement.
  9. I would check with Bob to see if you would want to change them all out. Here is his link. https://critesspeakers.com/klipsch_tweeters.html
  10. I don't know. I bought them off a guy that had them in a storage unit. He transported them from Florida in a moving van. The one thing I did not do during the inspection and will do in the future is shine a flashlight in the mid horn to verify the magnet is still attached. The could have been broke when I bought them. They definitely were not bumped during the ride home in my wife's SUV. I was bummed but got a great deal. Moving on, just looking for another horn. Also, if you search, it happens a lot more often than you think.
  11. Thank you for the link, I messaged him.
  12. The 30's sound better than I thought they would. I have had the KLF-20's in the past but the 30's are on a whole different level. I was gonna flip these but after I heard them, I decided to keep them. I will try and glue them back together but it would be temporary at best. I'll find another horn soon. As noted above, I did have one good spare and a second spare that has a small corner crack that will work for now.
  13. I found some 30's yesterday... During transport both the Mid-range drivers cracked off the horns. I had them on a blanket in the wife's SUV, laying on the backs. Needless to say, I am quite bummed. I did have one spare in stock but I am still in need of one plastic horn. There are others that will fit the K-52 driver such as a KLF-20. If anyone has one, please PM me. (Chorus II behind the 30 for size comparison. The 30's are big) Thanks.
  14. The guy said Maple in his ad. They have been sold.
  15. Not mine. Maple finish. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/3260133867418935
  16. Hi, This is my Academy. I have a guy coming from Virginia to Ohio to pick this up on Sunday. Rare speaker these days. https://cleveland.craigslist.org/ele/d/chagrin-falls-klipsch-academy/7176954060.html
  17. I hear ya, the last couple years has the used market going crazy with high prices. Hard to find anything cheap now.
  18. They are in great shape but $1400 is way high. $750 -$800 would be a realistic price.
  19. Not mine.. No grills. https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/289373432161175/
  20. $500 - $800 depending on location.
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