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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by oli_ramsay, Jul 18, 2008.

  1. oli_ramsay

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    I've made a 120mm hole in the botton of my case and this rubber stuff would be the ideal finishing touch.

    cheers :toast:
     
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    i use automotive door trim- avalible at farm and fleet or any auto store
     
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    I use sealant, you know the stuff in a tube for lining pipe joints in plumbing! :eek:
     
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    Thanks all, I was searching for "rubber trim" on ebay and this came up LOL

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    Am I right in thinking this isn't the right stuff?


    :laugh:
     
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    Hey Oli,

    You might find this useful KustomPCs I've bought some of thise stuff my self, pretty good stuff, I haven't used it in a project yet though :rolleyes: :D
     
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    That stuff would be perfect, thanks. I've bought some files from ebay and when I've smoothed the razor sharp edges around my hole (hopefully without severing a finger) that stuff will perfect.

    I would like to find some trim on ebay because I've got some monies in my PayPal account, but I don't know which section to look under or what to search for :confused: any suggestions?
     
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    Wrong for that purpose, and a poor example of what it WAS meant to be anyway. :laugh: amateurs.
     
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    Sounds painful to have a razor sharp hole...


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    Window trim is exactly what you need.
     
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    It sure is painful, and I get through a lot of underwear too :laugh:
     
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    yep, thats what I use, and its the best imo

    you could've just asked in my thread :D
     
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    9 bucks to ship? Yeesh.:p I'd try the auto store.
     
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    yeah... their site has some problems calculating shipping for smaller items...

    you can try contacting bill personally through the sites email and asking for cheaper shipping on such a small item

    the owner is quite nice
     

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