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iBook - PowerBook Lombard CD drive in Clamshell?

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I'm beefing up my clamshell and i have a VST technologies CDRW drive i would like in the clamshell. I think if you just take of the sled it will work won't it? So will just any laptop drive work in the clamshell? I'm thinking of a DVD/CDRW drive.

ANy thoughts?
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