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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-01-2006, 10:31 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone have any old 3U or 4U rackmount cases laying around?

Looking for a CHEAP (prefer free) 3U or 4U rackmount laying around? Dont need a power supply. But needs to be ablt to handle 3 hard drives internally. Need one for a project.

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Oh damn.........just tossed a 1600 chassis to the curb last week....................

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Damn. That sucks. I knew I should had posted this last week instead of looking online first.

BTW Kegger got a question on them. Are teh front screw mounts strong enough to support a computer in the rack or does it need something at the back also?
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Those screws just hold the box in from sliding out of the rack. There is a whole rail/ballbearing system that goes on the sides of the chassis, running from the front to the back of the rack on both sides of the box. Just like a drawer in a cabinet, it allows the box to be slid forward to service the hardware without removing the chassis from the rack.

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Damn. That sucks. I knew I should had posted this last week instead of looking online first.

BTW Kegger got a question on them. Are teh front screw mounts strong enough to support a computer in the rack or does it need something at the back also?
use the rail kit.

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use the rail kit.

Cabinet is gonna be home made so I'll have to figure that in.
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