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  • a screw on horn driver thats to small for the horn?

    i have a pair of older, great sounding, very small foster horn drivers. i remember when i took them off the horns i got them on, there was tape around the threads to make them big enough to fit. the standard is 1 3/8 right? is there a second, slightly smaller standard i dont know about? if so, where would i find a horn to fit this?



    thanks,

    mike

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    Quote Originally Posted by spottyaudio
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    i have a pair of older, great sounding, very small foster horn drivers. i remember when i took them off the horns i got them on, there was tape around the threads to make them big enough to fit. the standard is 1 3/8 right? is there a second, slightly smaller standard i dont know about? if so, where would i find a horn to fit this?



    thanks,

    mike




    I think most of those Foster-like horn/drivers the driver just slides on tightly and then there is a small screw or two to hold them together. I think they are 7/8 or 1" diameter.
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