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If you know where to find it, let us know.
I bet they are thick...
tell me I'm wrong....
what are they and from whom?
part # etc......
#1 BLACK BEAUTY's made by the man, the myth, the legend Bob Carver
CARVER: TFM-75, TFM-45(3), SD/A-490T
SUNFIRE: Tube pre
2 sets of ALS'3, set of SILVERS, set of PLATS
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KENWOOD: BASIC M2a (2)
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megasat16 wrote:I used natural rubber roll surround myself. Glad they are extra extra large so the used ones fit perfectly for the 12" carver woofers.
Anyone taking the above post seriously, you know I don't find any rubber surround for my Plats. It's a JOKE and a bump for the thread for others to see the surround project.
And a little kick on the ToyMaker's butt to see he got any news for us!
When i talked to Bob C. awhile back, he wasn't sure where that press had ended up....
But, if you've got it; or can replicate them somehow, pencil me in.
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