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Offline D.M.N.

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Re: Sentura I restore - Need grill cloth, logo badge and replacment 0-10 knobs.
« Reply #14 on: September 12, 2017, 02:40:44 pm »
I went to order the Acoustone grill cloth, but the minimum order is 2, with $27 shipping.

That comes to $100.50 !

Heck I don't need two pieces 72" x 36",   

Only need enough to recover the grill on a Sentura I head,  so that's way out of the price range for the small piece I need.

There's gotta be a better way..

This Guy on eBay might have some, he occasionally has Traynor parts, and you can see the cloth in the background of the ad. Maybe he has it in bulk and can sell you some.
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Offline D.M.N.

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Re: Sentura I restore - Need grill cloth, logo badge and replacment 0-10 knobs.
« Reply #15 on: September 12, 2017, 03:23:40 pm »
I went to order the Acoustone grill cloth, but the minimum order is 2, with $27 shipping.

That comes to $100.50 !

Heck I don't need two pieces 72" x 36",   

Only need enough to recover the grill on a Sentura I head,  so that's way out of the price range for the small piece I need.

There's gotta be a better way..

Actually, did some more digging, and this might work out better. It turns out the Traynor grill cloth has been available in 36"x36" sections from Long & McQuade, in Canada, for about $42, Yorkville parts #GC1. Dunno if it still is, working on finding that out at the moment.
House of the Rising Sunn........
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1968 2000s
1969 200s
2010 2000s DIY 2x15 (JBL K140s)
1971 2000s 2x15 (JBL K140s)

Offline Stratmanx

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Re: Sentura I restore - Need grill cloth, logo badge and replacment 0-10 knobs.
« Reply #16 on: September 12, 2017, 04:51:14 pm »
That's wonderful, two leads to go with.

Its really great to have people who have been down this road before and share info.

Thanks !