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post #8051 of 10491
I also had mine next to my tv, but I don't have a picture of it. It really didn't stand out, it kinda looked part of my audio system.
post #8052 of 10491
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I also had mine next to my tv, but I don't have a picture of it. It really didn't stand out, it kinda looked part of my audio system.

That's what I was hoping it would do.
post #8053 of 10491
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I have mine sitting right next to my tv...


Absolutely perfect. I am sure this will be my next case.
post #8054 of 10491
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Absolutely perfect. I am sure this will be my next case.
Im in the process of building a pedestal for my xb that will be on castors to roll around between my tv and monitor when required. The pedestal will have a compartment for my 360 controller and headset, and potential rad space biggrin.gif
post #8055 of 10491
This question is off topic, but has anybody ordered from McMaster carr? I'm curious because I ordered a few things (acrylic tubing, a tap, and silicon cord) and they didn't say how much shipping would be. It just says applicable shipping charges will be added. I'm hoping they will email me the cost in the morning so its not a surprise.
post #8056 of 10491
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This question is off topic, but has anybody ordered from McMaster carr? I'm curious because I ordered a few things (acrylic tubing, a tap, and silicon cord) and they didn't say how much shipping would be. It just says applicable shipping charges will be added. I'm hoping they will email me the cost in the morning so its not a surprise.

God yes. My dad taught me about this place in my teens. Used to order all kinds of different nuts, bolts, fittings, (you name it they have it). They are 100% legit. He works as a high voltage electrician in a huge industrial plant and they order there too. I picked up tons of different items for car parts such as "upgraded" tie rod ends etc.(thinking outside the box).

They are GTG.
post #8057 of 10491
Sweet thanks
post #8058 of 10491
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Sweet thanks

Now I have to ask...what are you planning?
post #8059 of 10491
Within the next couple of months I will be doing a custom loop. I recently saw a YouTube video where people used 3/4 OD, 1/2 ID acrylic tube and the tapped it so you can screw on male to male rotary fittings. I figured I'd try it.

This is the video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTn32Cfzjl8
Edited by wh0kn0ws - 4/10/14 at 8:52pm
post #8060 of 10491
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Originally Posted by wh0kn0ws View Post

Within the next couple of months I will be doing a custom loop. I recently saw a YouTube video where people used 3/4 OD, 1/2 ID acrylic tube and the tapped it so you can screw on male to male rotary fittings. I figured I'd try it.

This is the video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTn32Cfzjl8

very interesting. Any types of compression fittings that would work?
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