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    Want to convert powered subs to passive; need aluminum plates fab'd - any resources?

    Sorry for the long title, but as it states I am looking to convert a few powered subs to passive and want to have new aluminum plates made to fit where the plate amp used to go. Would like the plates in brushed aluminum, black anodized, and preferably done in the U.S. I can provide drawings. Anyone have any resources for this? Thx!
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