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Old 05-24-2010, 08:54 PM
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Default Replacment grills?

I have a pair of 6" tubes, that I purchased in 1988, for my Ranger, and later in my 1991 Escort when I put 8"ers in the Ranger. In 2001 I replaced the original woofers, with some new DVC speakers, and at that time the grills were shot. Since I was putting them in the trunk of a 2001 Mustang, I didn't worry about them, and tossed em. Now I traded the Mustang for a 2010 F-150 supercab, and with them under the seat, the speaker cone will be exposed, and could get kicked.

Can I get replacement grills, that will work for this combination of old tube, and not quite so old woofers?

Is there a record for having the oldest pair of tubes, installed in the most cars/trucks? 22yrs, and 4 cars/trucks

Thanks!
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