O.K. My friend, and the only other bassist in my town, just moved away. He pretty much packed up a van and drove off. The things that didn't fit in the van were sold at low-low prices. I picked up his Dean acoustic for $40, and this cab for $50. It's a homemade 210+112. The 10's are early 90's ampeg, and the 12 is an unknown make. The 12 has a fairly large rip in the middle of the cone that extends to where the cone meets the surround. I would like to attempt to repair this. I have another 12 in a stand alone cab. Another friend fried the amp of his GK backline and was going to throw it out. Instead, I took it, and with a couple passes with the 'ole skillsaw... Tada! I have a single 12 cab. My deam is to send one speaker out from my LMII to my Hartke 410 in series with the 112, and the other out to this cab. I'll sacrifice the 112 if I need to, but what would be the best way to try and fix this first?