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I'm aware t hat the original material cracked, but how do you get the tweeter guts

out to glue into the new piece?  Solvent?  Heat? Crack it off?

Anyone have the .stl file?

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  • 9 months later...

Bump, has anyone removed a tweeter for transplant?

Also, does anyone know if there were any changes to the shape from the early AR3a to the last version?

Pete

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On 9/22/2021 at 1:03 PM, Pete B said:

Bump, has anyone removed a tweeter for transplant?

Also, does anyone know if there were any changes to the shape from the early AR3a to the last version?

Pete

The shape did not change, though the later back-wired version has a thicker flange, and small bumps on the side to accommodate the rear terminals. The magnet is epoxied into the plastic cup making it very difficult to remove, but there is really no need to remove the magnet body. I have been using a 3d printed ring to support the typically warped and broken flange of the early version.

Roy

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