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moving bracket switches to the front of the case

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hey there was wondering if anyone with a tuniq or anything else that comes with a bracket switch for the back has done any moddin to get the switch to the front, cause I'm thinking about it now, need some inspiration...

I'm talking about moving this knob here to the front
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well I just went ahead and done it

post #3 of 4
Looks great!

Any chance of an explanation?

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Thread Starter 
thanks!
1)remove switch cap and unscrew the bolt around it to remove the switch itself

then grab your bay cover and the switchless bracket, and make the hole where you want it, and the same size

then put the switch in, screw it in from the other side using the washer and bolt and put the switch cover on the front side again, and presto
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