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    Not sure how others have done it, but the foilcals look like they could be maybe removed using the car emblem shave trick. Heat and or goo b gone and some dental floss to slide under the foilcal and slowly cut away the bond.

    Never done it on a speaker and dunno if it'd work, but it's worth checking a video on YouTube for inspiration.

    Looking forward to see your solutions to what you're faced with. Trust these are gonna look great.

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    How's it going?
    40+ years of sacrifice...and for what???

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    That good huh?
    40+ years of sacrifice...and for what???

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