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Old 09-15-2012, 03:43 PM   #16
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how do you fasten this to the box itself? i don't see any screw holes on the other side, do you just insert it in and pressure-fit it?
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how do you fasten this to the box itself? i don't see any screw holes on the other side, do you just insert it in and pressure-fit it?
You just insert, and use longer 6-32's, its pretty much self fastening.
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You just insert, and use longer 6-32's, its pretty much self fastening.
That work very well I have used few time as well as long the box opening is not eff'ed up and the orignal box is soild ya are fine with that part.

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Big Orange also has a fixed depth plastic box extenders. You just buy the thickness you need and they can be grouped if needed.

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