Dell Vostro 470 HD rails

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Dell Vostro 470 HD rails by maakit Dec 20, 2012
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Brackets / rails to install secondary hard disk in Dell Vostro 470.


Dell doesn't include the rails to install a secondary hard drive with their Vostro 470 cases.
You have to order these brackets, which would have cost me more than 30 euros including postage. Won't order there again.

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You can take off one rail and put it on your other hard drive. To carry the side of the drive without the rail put two screws in (in the farthest hole from the data/power wires, and the middle hole) and leave them projecting. Use locktite or crazy glue to keep the screws from rotating. Not suitable for high G situations, but good enough for me....