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Full Case Modding Tutorials!

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Hello everyone! Just joined and will be upfront that I do own a business around case modding and deal with the original Xbox as well!  I just wanted to share for some of you who are considering case mods since that is much less common than some of the hard/soft mods. I made a 4 part series that teaches how to build and complete an entire case mod for the original Xbox console..from scratch! Hopefully this isn't seen as spammy or anything since I am technically a business, but I do try to make a lot of tutorials so people can learn how to cut window mods and install LED lights, etc. The four part series can be found on my website here (videos inside are also available on youtube) :

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I will to the videos being very useful! I have watch led them all a few times now and they are all very helpful. You should link them in your post! Glad to see you here!

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