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Poll Results: Which mod deserves to be the March 2008 Mod of the Month?

Poll expired: Mar 21, 2008  
  • 27% (34)
    ExarKunn's Opeth Tribute PC Case
  • 33% (42)
    repo_man's Project Phoenix
  • 10% (13)
    iandroo888's Project Tuxedo
  • 12% (16)
    Litlratt's Lian-Li Cube
  • 14% (18)
    ChemX480 by kennymester
  • 0% (1)
    Zalman vf900-CU on 9800 pro by Cr4zYH3aD
124 Total Votes  
post #51 of 57
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Originally Posted by R3ap3R View Post
Can't find small easter eggs Try Wal-Mart... easter is tommorow
I did all the stores around here have large ones. I guess I might have to actually go to the hobby store.
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post #52 of 57
use a real egg.... Take a needle and poke one end... drain the egg and rinse it out, boil the shell for ~ 10 minutes. Prime it to add strength, and then carefully sand the end with the hole until you half a half-egg shell.
post #53 of 57
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Originally Posted by R3ap3R View Post
use a real egg.... Take a needle and poke one end... drain the egg and rinse it out, boil the shell for ~ 10 minutes. Prime it to add strength, and then carefully sand the end with the hole until you half a half-egg shell.
Lol, fill it with bondo, like to see the results
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post #54 of 57
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Originally Posted by R3ap3R View Post
use a real egg.... Take a needle and poke one end... drain the egg and rinse it out, boil the shell for ~ 10 minutes. Prime it to add strength, and then carefully sand the end with the hole until you half a half-egg shell.
Wow, just wow, lol!!
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post #55 of 57
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Originally Posted by repo_man View Post
I did all the stores around here have large ones. I guess I might have to actually go to the hobby store.
Go to Michaels The Arts & Crafts Store or Joan Fabric and Craft store. Thats were I got my Easter Eggs (of all sizes) and the foam.
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post #56 of 57
Admin, I PM'ed you my paypal addy over the weekend. Did you receive it? I haven't heard back from you, just wondering Thanks sir
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post #57 of 57
Sorry for the nerco posting but thanks all for the votes! allot of love went into making that case, love for the band and love for moding.
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