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    yea 99 eclipse gs hatchback
    Debating on installing a carpc in my Jeep.....

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    Cool, what did you end up using for your hard drive?? Looks like a 3.5" bay rack from a tower...

    How'd you mount your power supply?
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    yep 3.5" 30GB HDD (small i kno, but thats what was laying around)

    mounted my power supply by drilling sum holes in the already existing casing and screwing it to the board
    Debating on installing a carpc in my Jeep.....

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    For drives you can actually use velcro on the side of the box walls. You can also use thin metal rails. I forget exactly what they are called but the have a sequence of hole on them. They look like metal pieces from an erector set.

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