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any chance that you could be so kind as to meassure the width & height on the base of the mounting bracket of your bitspower res IT diva ?

Would be happy to when I get home from work in another hour or so if you can wait.

In the meantime, it would be helpful if you could post a pic of exactly what dimensions you want, of what mounting bracket you're referring to.

The BP res's are just tubes with screw on end caps and I don't know of anything I used to mount one that I didn't make myself, so you may be in for a bit of DIY.


Darlene
post #2962 of 4143
The area that rest on mounting plate, so i can make a raiser for it (the original one that comes with res.)
Edited by NightSmoker - 6/3/16 at 12:36pm
post #2963 of 4143
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The area that rest on mounting plate, so i can make a raiser for it


Are you talking about the res in this build:



Or this one:

post #2964 of 4143
The one with the original mounting bracket, and the many pumps (first picture)
post #2965 of 4143
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The one with the original mounting bracket, and the many pumps (first picture)


I'll measure the hole spacing and thickness at the center of the curve when I get home from work. . . thumb.gif
post #2966 of 4143
hole spacing dosent matter, will place holes when i get res myself, just need to fabricate a raiser so just the base that normally would rest on a mountingplate would do, thanks


Edited by NightSmoker - 6/3/16 at 1:00pm
post #2967 of 4143
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hole spacing dosent matter, will place holes when i get res myself, just need to fabricate a raiser so just the base that normally would rest on a mountingplate would do, thanks



Got it,
Should be home in an hour or so.
post #2968 of 4143
im in no hurry, but was thinking i might as well order some plexi for the raisers with the sides for my front panel, then i will be done with the plexi guys.
post #2969 of 4143
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Quote:
Originally Posted by NightSmoker View Post

hole spacing dosent matter, will place holes when i get res myself, just need to fabricate a raiser so just the base that normally would rest on a mountingplate would do, thanks



Got it,
Should be home in an hour or so.



Length is 80mm and width is 15mm.

Being plastic, there's a tiny bit of variation, about -0.2mm or so

Thickness in the saddle is 6.5mm



Translated to imperial, that's 3.122" (3 5/16") by 0.588" (no close fraction)

Thickness in the saddle is 0.256"


Hope that lets you get materials on the way before the parts arrive,

Darlene
Edited by IT Diva - 6/3/16 at 3:39pm
post #2970 of 4143
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Originally Posted by IT Diva View Post

Length is 80mm and width is 15mm.

Being plastic, there's a tiny bit of variation, about -0.2mm or so

Thickness in the saddle is 6.5mm



Translated to imperial, that's 3.122" (3 5/16") by 0.588" (no close fraction)

Thickness in the saddle is 0,256"


Hope that lets you get materials on the way before the parts arrive,

Darlene

Thanks a lot !
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