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Chinchomps commented on XPT100 Gimbal RA1 by ilya_gershgorin
February 22, 2018
XPT100 Gimbal RA1
Chinchomps The screw holes were filled in with material so this print cant be used to fix your headphones.
Logitech G35 (L/Inside) Bracket Upgrade
Chinchomps Bracket fits great and is VERY rigid, feels a million times stronger than the stock plastic piece Logitech slaps on. // Be cautious when installing these, and make sure the very thin wire is not getting pinched or behind the screw holes. Very easy to sever the wire if not careful. // HINT: To take off your broken bracket, just unscrew all four screws, and lift actual speaker up. The speaker will lift up with your bracket attached (minus the shattered bits)
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