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    Variable Bitrate nzKAOSnz's Avatar
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    Is that a high top safari?
    You could try and raise the shelf further - then go to a wreckers and get the low roof safari trim etc....
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    Nope. It's not a high top safari. It's a standard ST Patrol with low roof. The PC is already touching the roof lining so I don't think I can raise the shelf any higher.

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    roof mounted install.. now theres something different.. nice work.

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    hmmm. why the large square section metal bits? if you lining it, wont they get in the way?

    But yea. Thats real nice. *looks at roof of wagon*
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    nzKAOSnz, The metal bits are a bit of a problem but the wood alone wouldn;t have had the strength needed to hold everything together when im 4WD'ing. The wood would most definately start to sag. Yep, the metal bits will get in the way when I try trim it. I plan to trim the complete wood section and then either crome the metal or simply paint them. The metal bars will remain outside of the trim. As the whole tray needs to swing down from the hinge, I couldn't think of any neater way which had the metal hidden. If I had the metal on top then it would be in the way of the PC etc...

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    hmmm. Could you either -
    router out the wood slightly to recess them?
    or
    use a flat section along where square section is, then put angle on the edges?
    or
    use ply :P

    (Just throwing ideas around - coz if someone is sitting in rear jumper seats (assuming u have thm) and u 4x4ing, wouldnt really want to crack head on a bit of steel sticking out like that)
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    Gazza!!!
    I'm a Melbourne resident and a frequent speed-fine payer myself so I would like to ask you a favour. If you could, would you please send me the GPS co-ordinates of all fixed speed cameras in Melbourne
    Cheer JOHN

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    It's hard to impress me. But dam overhead installs always ring my bell! Very Cool install!

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    nzKAOSnz, hmmm. Maybe flat steel with some angle on the edges might do the trick. I know flat steel on it's own doesn't have the strength of stop the wood from sagging. As for the rear 'jump' seats. I do have them at home but I never use them. It I router out the wood and use flat steel with angle steel on the edges, i might be able to get a flush look. Hmm...more money....time....solder burns....blown fuses.....
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    The GPS co-orindates for all fixed speed camera's in Melbourne can be found at

    http://members.optusnet.com.au/~spee...d_cameras.html

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