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    JBL Replacement fillister head machine screws for the 375, 2440,2441,2482 rear covers

    Hello All,

    I would like to share some more passion for vintage JBL with you. I just had screws made that will fit the rear covers of 2" compression drivers. Yeah, you know those special narrow head fillister phillips 10/32 2" machine screws. The ones that either have bad Phillips heads and or corroded threads. The ones that are not available anymore.
    This is a direct replacement for the original discontinued JBL part. High quality custom made with narrow tall heads that will fit properly into recessed holes of the drivers rear cover. No need to drill out larger holes to fit the wrong screws! Over years these screws most likely have corroded and many Phillips screw heads are damaged. These new replacement screws are made from harder 18-8 Stainless Steel material and will not corrode or rust over time.
    If you are interested please PM me and I will be more then happy to send out a few. And if you need more for a project or restoration you can PM me as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Delta View Post
    The heads are to wide and do not fit unless back cover holes are modified.. It would be necessary to drill out the holes on the back cover to a wider diameter to accept the larger head socket screw head. Been down this road. That's why I had custom screws made. I wanted them to match the JBL part exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JBLPRO View Post
    The heads are to wide and do not fit unless back cover holes are modified.. It would be necessary to drill out the holes on the back cover to a wider diameter to accept the larger head socket screw head. Been down this road. That's why I had custom screws made. I wanted them to match the JBL part exactly.

    mike

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    Beautifully made and I remain, as always, in awe of those with the ability to produce these.

    I don't even need them and I'm compelled to have them!
    ". . . as you have no doubt noticed, no one told the 4345 that it can't work correctly so it does anyway."—Greg Timbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by BMWCCA View Post
    Beautifully made and I remain, as always, in awe of those with the ability to produce these.

    I don't even need them and I'm compelled to have them!
    Agreed, beautiful!


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