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    Maximum Bitrate jusatry's Avatar
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    good call guys -
    It does sorta feel like a CD case but if i ***** it up its no biggie - it cost $12 and was gonna get trashed anyway. But after V1.0 for me, which was a hardcore glovebox install, had software problems i realized the advantage of mobility for a carputer....and i missed having a GB...so i thought this looked like a nice idea which could be moved easily....


    Now how about for cutting holes for fans......dremel with a flywheel on low speeds or razor a few times and hit it with a hammer ?

    thanks!

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    I have never had luck with holes like that, so sorry to say, I think I will pass on replying! Anyone else....?
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    I like drilling into holes...


    he he.. get it?

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    Oh my... Sadly it took me while to get it.

    But I too like the idea of holes. That way if it doesn't provide enough air flow, you can just dremel out a circle/square and put a fan guard.
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    here is an idea

    put a 2x4 behind the plexi/lexan/plastic crap and then drill through both crap and wood....

    its a little trick I learn while working with Porn Stars... dont ask
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    thank you all for your help minus the useless post by sjlucky...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SjLucky
    here is an idea

    put a 2x4 behind the plexi/lexan/plastic crap and then drill through both crap and wood....

    its a little trick I learn while working with Porn Stars... dont ask
    cool, thanks!

    will this help stop the cracking?

    now about drilling pornstars....nope, im not gonna touch that one with a 2 x 4

    thanks for the advice

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    2 x 4? Hahahah... you wish. Then again, that'd make walking awfuly hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banderon
    2 x 4? Hahahah... you wish. Then again, that'd make walking awfuly hard.
    wtf are you talking about?
    Quote Originally Posted by menudude View Post
    thank you all for your help minus the useless post by sjlucky...

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    lol

    nothing, nothing... just implying that the comments are actually euphamisms. =P

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    anyone know where i can get bolts that my standoffs will screw into (get your mind out of the gutter banderon)? any way to check and see the size on the standoffs? Are standoff's standard?

    Thanks guys!

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