|emblymouse ||10-24-2013 04:48 PM |
Non Stacking cab corners w/screws-FREE
I have 16 of these with screws. 2 1/2" X 1 1/2"
They are like new, installed and removed the same day. They look just like your typical heavy duty stacking corner protectors but THEY DO NOT INTERLOCK. :confused: :eyebrow: :rollno: Fine for 2 different cabs. I suspect these are from another dimension, there can be no other explanation.
$5.95 for postage. Please specify #6X1/4" flathead or #6X3/4" panhead screws.
|emblymouse ||10-25-2013 11:05 AM |
Free, free I tell ya!:hyper:
|aetheldrea ||10-25-2013 07:57 PM |
Are these from different manufacturers? You could put 4 of one kind on the bottom of one cab and the matching 4 on the top of other cab, (and the same for the other set) then your cabs would stack. Unless you wanted to sometimes stack them vertically, then one of the cabs would have to be flipped upside down, but they should still stack fine.
|yodedude2 ||10-25-2013 08:17 PM |
ya can't beat the price. it looks like they would stack if you put one cab 1/2 inch ahead of the other...
|emblymouse ||10-25-2013 08:25 PM |
Ok this drove me nuts. On regular corners one side groove pattern alternates from the other. Negative and positive. These are the same on botH sides, so the ridges sit on the ridges. Either I am more spacially challenged than I thought or someone over in China did not get the concept. I have 2 matching cubes and no matter how you slice it it's fail.
|barebones ||10-25-2013 09:34 PM |
What's different about them, compared to typical interlocking cab corners, that causes them to be unstackable? We must be missing something here. Can you post pics of one or two of them individually rather than piled together? Even if they can't interlock for some weird reason, I can still probably use them. Thanks!
|barebones ||10-25-2013 09:40 PM |
Ok, nevermind. Here are mine for comparison.
|Berger912 ||10-26-2013 05:06 AM |
Ill take them give me your paypal. Thank you
|emblymouse ||10-26-2013 01:36 PM |
These are spoken for now, thanks.
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