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yes
http://www.plussoundaudio.com/diy/connectors.html
from the Grado Labs site........ ftp.gradolabs.com/the-e-seriesGrado Labs is a family run manufacturer of audio headphones, phono ... within the housing prevent stray resonance from interacting with the driver, thus ... Even the glue is new, optimized for greater strength, less mass, and better reliability. ....knew I read it somewhere.  
Seems like they're using a new glue (I think I read that somewhere as well) and it takes a little more effort. Keep trying, the hair dryer is still how I get my e series apart. 
http://www.plussoundaudio.com/diy/parts.html
SR225i drivers in Paduak cups by fleasbaby and they sound just as fine as they look.  
OK, thanks! That's kind of what I thought. I don't really care what colour they are. Taken a lot of Grado's apart.....I've never seen "Grado 32N's" before. 
Bought a pair of used SR60e's on eBay recently for parts and I opened them up expecting to find the "red button" drivers and got these instead.
Ziricote wood cups, courtesy of UglyJoe0124 w/SR60i drivers  
You might try VibroLabs.com. I know Luke made and sold an adapter ring for the PX-100 ii driver to fit the standard Grado cup. I think it was $10. It's not showing on his site any longer but it can't hurt to ask.
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