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post #24421 of 24430 (permalink) Old 06-29-2020, 10:25 AM
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Hello, I have a TX10-D as well and I know just how rare it is to come across any accessories at all for the TX10, let alone any of the uniquely sized radiator mounts for them. I'm in the process of working with a shop to fabricate four 560mm side radiator mounts. When the shop finalizes the prototype CAD drawing, and i verify fitment after fabrication, I can definitely send you the actual file and/or the overall measurements. Quick question, do you happen to have the 9x140 super mount radiator mount for your TX10? Thanks.
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post #24422 of 24430 (permalink) Old 06-29-2020, 10:52 AM
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Hi, I'm just trying to have some 480mm radiator side mounts fabricated for the Caselabs TX10. If anybody has these mounts are they able to advise me of the dimensions, including the distance between the top and bottom screw holes.
Hello, I have a TX10-D as well and I know just how rare it is to come across any accessories at all for the TX10, let alone any of the uniquely sized radiator mounts for them. I'm in the process of working with a shop to fabricate four 560mm side radiator mounts. When the shop finalizes the prototype CAD drawing, and i verify fitment after fabrication, I can definitely send you the actual file and/or the overall measurements. Quick question, do you happen to have the 9x140 super mount radiator mount for your TX10? Thanks.
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Is there a way to convert the regular top of a sma8 to a revision A? Or selling the top of 480 of the sma8.

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post #24424 of 24430 (permalink) Old 06-30-2020, 03:05 PM
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Hey all, thought I'd give an update after bringing the CaseLabs parts for "re-powder coating" the parts that had a lot of scratches and scuffs. I'm happy to say that they came out spectacular! (For those in the Philadelphia region, I went to Vibrant Finish LLC). I had the extended top, extended window sides (2X), regular sides (2X), sides for the pedestal (2X), and some smaller pieces for the front (2X) redone, and the total cost came out to roughly $130. Really not that bad considering it took ~ 1.5 weeks and they came out looking great. I will say that I was able to notice some slight imperfections (I think I counted one or two bubbling in total), and the extended top from the inside corners had some imperfections in the corners. But given the condition these guys were in, I'll happily take it.

I did notice, and expected, the colors to not perfectly align with the parts I didn't bring in. Not really a big deal since we're talking about some slight shade differences that I couldn't tell unless I shone a light and compared them right away. But seeing that I'm going to replace some computer parts in the near future and tear down the reservoirs, etc., I might just bring the rest of the pieces back to the place to use their powder coat (Which looked exactly like the ones on CaseLabs). Although by then the colors will probably not match again, so I might just leave as is. Overall, I'm really happy as to how this turned out.
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hmm... gives me some hope I can redo my entire case at some point.

i assume the cost goes up if they have to blast it first. Wonder if they can coat over the existing powder?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Adam Smith View Post
Hello, I have a TX10-D as well and I know just how rare it is to come across any accessories at all for the TX10, let alone any of the uniquely sized radiator mounts for them. I'm in the process of working with a shop to fabricate four 560mm side radiator mounts. When the shop finalizes the prototype CAD drawing, and i verify fitment after fabrication, I can definitely send you the actual file and/or the overall measurements. Quick question, do you happen to have the 9x140 super mount radiator mount for your TX10? Thanks.
Thanks! I would appreciate if you can send the dimensions across when you can. I only have two 9x120 and one 4x180 super mounts for the TX10. I had a couple of MO-RA 360s which I used in the case and pedestal. Would that be of any help to you?
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120.3 front flex black and 19mm (I think) top black

I am selling a 120.3 front flex and the standard 19mm top. Let me know if somebody wishes to purchase. Open to trade for one of the items for a 480 sma8 top or modded top. Revision A top too if compatible.
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I am selling a 120.3 front flex and the standard 19mm top. Let me know if somebody wishes to purchase. Open to trade for one of the items for a 480 sma8 top or modded top. Revision A top too if compatible.
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post #24429 of 24430 (permalink) Old 07-01-2020, 03:26 AM
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Hey everyone, this is a huge long shot but I'm looking for a few TX10 parts/accessories:

140x9 super mount radiator mount

Extended top

TX10 pedestal

If anyone is interested, you can name your price on any of the items I've listed. Also, I've got tons of CL accessories if you're interested or in need of any.

Thanks a lot everyone!
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There seems to be an increase in people selling caselabs cases now. Understandable with the bad economy globally. Even i would consider sell my caselabs s8 if I could recover full costs.

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