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Wanted g4 cube(gutted or intact)!!!

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hiphopdzine

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Just wondering if anyone knows if there is a g4 cube(gutted/intact) for sale? :headphone
 
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Pizza God

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I traded for one but the guy hasn't sent it yet (although he loved the Pismo I sent)

Stay in touch...
 

trpnmonkey41


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I don't know why you would want a gutted Cube. It is probably very hard to get the parts for it since there are no fans and even harder to customize one with newer parts to work
 
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trpnmonkey41 said:
I don't know why you would want a gutted Cube. It is probably very hard to get the parts for it since there are no fans and even harder to customize one with newer parts to work
Just want one for modding purposes!
 
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I love my cube, I have a friend that recently sold hers. a fan is available for the cube, $20.
and it wouldn't be that hard to customize if you are experienced enough, ie, if you used a 2.5" hd instead of a 3.5, that would give you extra room for stuff, also, remove the modem, voila, more space.
 
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