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Cool. Thanks.

Now with your tray, did you bend the aluminum to secure to the case, or did you attach a 90 bracket to your tray?
    
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Cool. Thanks.

Now with your tray, did you bend the aluminum to secure to the case, or did you attach a 90 bracket to your tray?

at the bottom I used a 90 degree bracket the bolts to the tray and the bottom and the rear just screws into the I/O panel frame and the top is a 2 inch bracket. so its only attached with 6 screws... the case is already much stiffer the when it was riveted.
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