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Old 12-20-08, 09:12 AM
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Microtech Hand Controller Mounting Bracket.

So I went out on a limb during vacation and found what I think is the best place to mount the Hand Controller in the FC body. I broke the radio surround pulling it off , which pissed me off because I have done it so many times with no hassle! I got a bracket from Lowe's and bent it to what I needed. Also had to grind out a small notch in the radio surround, but all in all I think it looks good, and is mounted solid. I am using wing nuts so the unit can be removed easily. On one side in the picture I have a really long screw with no wing nut, thats because I happened to lose one of the ones I bought on the way home!

I plan on getting a black cable, and maybe powder coating the bracket black, or covering it with the truck bed liner stuff

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Looks strait i lIke it !
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