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This is looking really awesome! I have as much expertise with sleeving as I have in maneuvering submarines though, sorry for not helping rolleyes.gif

Hey it's not a problem friend, no one was actually able to directly solve it. biggrin.gif
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Excellent job man!

Thank you, and thanks for talking it through with me to make me realize the solution! thumb.gif
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Hey it's not a problem friend, no one was actually able to directly solve it. biggrin.gif
Thank you, and thanks for talking it through with me to make me realize the solution! thumb.gif

Glad I could help.

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Nice case, I would have picked this over my Haf 932 had I know about it at the time. This case has everthing I loved about the Haf 932 except better and more intensified. .

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Glad everything got resolved.

Me too!
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awesome stuff very nice work

Thank you sir. wink.gif
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Nice case, I would have picked this over my Haf 932 had I know about it at the time. This case has everthing I loved about the Haf 932 except better and more intensified. .

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Well it looks like this here now:



So I figured I may as well keep working on this:



Pretty soon it looked like this:



So I could make some more mods like this:



And this:




Ran out of Dremel cut off discs, so the modding is stopped for today. Picking up more on my way to work, tomorrow morning it continues! Then finally the final build up!
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Oh YES! love the metal work! nice job.

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Oh YES! love the metal work! nice job.

Thank you, I do enjoy it!

So I decided to do some more work when I got home tonight:



Though I really wanted do this without a cutout, after seeing the bulk of the sleeved 24 pin I decided that I needed something. Hopefully it will be mostly hidden when it's all put together.



Hopefully I have enough cut off wheels for the rest of my modding career! thumb.gif





Not the cleanest straightest thing ever, plus it will do the job and putting c-molding on it should really clean it up.

Now to clean it all off and put it together again one final time!
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YES!!!!!!!!

Posting this from Smokey, got her back up and running after days and days of all my free time working on her! PICS and a proper update soon! thumb.gif
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