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im in the process of getting everything flipped and I'm a little confused on who to remount the rails for the mobo tray!!!

i have use google and every other search i can think of but there is no real clear logs on how people are doing this..

both rails have different spacing from the back side of the case and different heights and with the medication im on since my recent surgery im having a hard time visualizing how this is gonna go back together...
Edited by whipple16 - 7/27/11 at 2:56pm
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from the way it looks im gonna use the larger rail on the bottom and just have to use a space about 1/8" under it
Edited by whipple16 - 7/27/11 at 2:40pm
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