Originally Posted by Father Fuzzy
Thanks Bart I used the 6/32 caselabs thumbscrew to screw it in to the 5.25 bay adapter
no tap required ,drill out the exact location with 7/32 bit and screw into the typical caselabs mount
I also shimmed the mount with rubber washer to avoid any noise vibrations and to make it flush
I don't get it. Those thumbscrews are very short. Looking at mine, if I used those tiny thumb screws, the 3.5" portion would stick out far past the cutout. There's not enough thread on those things to shim it. What voodoo magic is this?
This is where knowing how to use tools would come in handy! Stuff like this looks magical to an idiot like me!
EDIT: a 480 with rear ports makes the tubing pretty neat.
I used soft tube in the back, because it's hidden, and a LOT easier to work with than hard tube:Edited by Bart - 1/30/16 at 7:23pm