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iPod - 5G Video 30gb to 60gb upgrade - extra parts required?


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Hi - I just ordered a 60gb HD for my 30gb 5th generation ipod. I've been told I need a new back plate (??) for the extra 2mm depth. Do I ALSO need a different battery, jack socket and hold switch or is it a straight changeover?

I also heard a rumour that in fact the 60gb drive might fit in the existing 30gb enclosure - anyone tried this?

Many thanks!
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Might find some help here.

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