Originally Posted by Canadian Eh! /forum/post/19163527
I know this is a few months old but...Where did you get the kit? Do you still have the part number and maker?
You can get replacement foam surrounds from any large electronics parts supply warehouse. Where are you located? Maybe a fellow AVSer can point you to a good supply shop (I know a few in Mississauga, for example.)
The foam surrounds are about $5 each. Make sure you measure for what size you need. If possible bring the driver or whole speaker with you and test-fit.
I used liquid contact/rubber cement to reglue - about $3 for a jar. No specialty tools needed, as long as you can scrape off the old dead foam from the frame with a flat-head screwdriver or similar scraping device, and carefully scrub the old foam off the driver using your fingers/thumb.
I replaced the surrounds in both my Mirage mains (really old model, don't remember model #), as well as all four of my current HT mains (even older Sears LXI 12" 3-way - don't laugh, they sound fine!) and a friend's pair of mains (don't remember the brand).
Once you get the hang of it the process is fairly straight-forward. Just a little awkward.