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new wii case?

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i hate the white color...........always have........too bad i got it when black was not avaliable yet.

im looking for a good replacement.......if any of you have replaced your case, what one did you get? and how well does it look/install?

thank you!
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http://www.talismoon.com/cgi-bin/mul...iewcat&cat=WII

Best quality around. I had the black chrome with a red whisper fan before the black wii was sold retail. I ended up selling my wii after softmodding it needed the cash since it sat and collected dust.

They have some good stuff for other consoles too.
    
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hey thanks yannie, how easy is it to switch out the cases?
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Originally Posted by Squeeker The Cat View Post
hey thanks yannie, how easy is it to switch out the cases?
It's pretty straight forward. Just follow the steps slowly to make sure everything lines up perfectly. I had an issue with the Wii gate (dvd slip in drive) not being lined up properly for some reason. Was a screw not tighten on the base through it out of whack. Also be careful with the gamecube port cover, the clip in pieces are easily breakable.....found out the hard way.
    
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