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What kind of glue do you use to fix the dust cover on the woofer?

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Was just wondering what specific brand is better to use on the woofer. I have a K-33E that needs to be re-glued.

Also was wondering where can I get a new/used but working woofer like this? The reason why I am asking is because The other speaker has a K-33P which got a different look.

 

Would it be possible to re-cone both speakers so the woofers look the same?

 

Thanks,

 

Jimmy

 

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Simplyspeakers.com sells a repair glue for cones and dust caps.  

Thanks, already got some elmers and glued it back.
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Most any PVA and/or derivatives will work fine. Some stay slight flexible, which is a good thing in this location.

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