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    Re: bashing 2F2F and other such things

    Holy krap, maybe I shouldnt have started this thread. Crazy debates here. Does anyone have a reply to what I said? How would you make/get one of those killer motorized folding amp rack?







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    Re: bashing 2F2F and other such things

    Quote Originally Posted by geolemon
    I'm simply telling you that I wouldn't ever go into any inherently-biased sites like that with any degree of nievety... if there was a "timeslip" forum contained within, I'd be unlikely to even browse for amusement.
    That's all I'm saying.
    I think it would've been alot simplier if it was 3000 words shorter .


    Just kidding. Man, you guys are having a killer argument. Time for some popcorn.




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    Re: bashing 2F2F and other such things

    Arguing over such a ****** movie... :thumbsup



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    Re: bashing 2F2F and other such things

    Quote Originally Posted by Aurorav8
    Arguing over such a ****** movie... :thumbsup
    Oh, and it was.
    My wife and I both actually enjoyed the first one...
    This one, I don't know what the director was thinking.

    Quote Originally Posted by infrabass
    Holy krap, maybe I shouldnt have started this thread. Crazy debates here. Does anyone have a reply to what I said? How would you make/get one of those killer motorized folding amp rack?
    Sure, first off, you'd need some hinges that aren't going to buzz on you everytime your bass hits... that's probably the most fundamental thing you'll need.

    The second thing you'd need is a way to motorize it.
    Most higher-end installs use linear actuators... they are pretty pricey, but strong, quiet, and reliable. Probably for lifting amp racks, you aren't going to get around it.
    Sometimes, people have been able to get things like flip-up power headlight motors to work for them, on a budget.
    I've even seen an install with a pair of tweets mounted on a pair of power mirror motors, so you could aim the tweets via their joystick... pretty cool on the cheap.

    Select Products sells not only the linear actuators, but many of the fundamental linkage components, and even some quiet sliders and hinges.
    Don't expect it to be inexpensive though.. you're probably looking at about $300- $400 worth of actuators, linkages, and components... depends on how you design it though... the key is to design it to keep the motor as minimal as necessary... maybe you only need a 4" throw actuator to lift your amp rack and swing it up the whole 90 degrees.
    The physics and design are ALL in the installers hands.




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