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#62603 10-Jun-2010 14:42
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I've got a bit of a curly one here for everyone.

normally i would post wanted ads in the wanted section but seeing as its not an iPhone or graphics card i'm thinking its unlikely that someones going to have this particular item in their back room...

i'm looking for some(six to be exact) Top panels for a IBM Enterprise Rack

http://img819.imageshack.us/img819/7837/rack05n4906.jpg

part number is 05N4906 ( also referenced as 05N4906-6 in some places where they carry HP products too ). As mentioned its unlikely someone on here will have them ( Although it would be brilliant if someone did ) but thought i would try you on the off chance that someone has or knows someone with spare panels...

Why would anyone have spares you may ask :) ?  just in case someone has  a row of the racks & has taken the top panels off when mounting them together.

Willing to pay good money... I  have tried all the normal methods to get these items, IBM spares, itxchange over in Oz & even a couple of companies in the states but as yet they've come up with nothing..

any helpful ideas will be greatly appreciated.
Cheers,
Steve

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  #340496 11-Jun-2010 00:50
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do you care what they look like? why not try a local rack company like cable-ways - http://www.cable-ways.co.nz/shop/Cableways/Indoor+Plant+Cabinets/19+Rack+Panels.html or a metal fabricator who could probably whip something up in no time?




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