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Postby TimDimman » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:07 pm

How do you keep the wires from getting in the way if you are building a drawer? I'm not sure if I want to mechanize the drawer of not, but I believe I'd like to do a drawer to mount my amps on.

How do I keep the wires from getting pinched, or keep the wires from obstructing the movement of the drawer?

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Postby Derek » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:12 pm

i think ragu is my favorite sauce....but then of course i add my own little spices to that...add some garlic bread, and perhaps a nice white zinfandel...and you're good to go!!!
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Postby TimDimman » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:14 pm

Zinfandel?

Boy, grow up! Only women and young boys drink Zinfandel!!!

Especially with a Blunt red sauce like Ragu? Come on...get with the program! A Merlot! Nothing less than a Shiraz!

How can you possibly drink an alcohol that comes out of a box????

I still can't believe you said Zinfandel...

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Postby Derek » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:18 pm

it comes in a bottle you dork...good god, i just got done teaching you how to tie your shoes, and you tell me how to drink wine???
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Postby Big Mack » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:21 pm

In the drawers that I have made, I usually run the main leads (+12V and Gnd) under the drawer to distro blocks and then up through the drawer to the amps. This way, the only wire that's actually moving is the main, not all 4 independents (or 6 or whatever you need). As for speaker wires, you can do the same thing with barrier strips, but if you route the wires down under the drawer, and bend them back out, you shouldn't have any issues with the drawer pinching them. How long is the travel of the drawer going to be Tim?
Oh yeah, and Prego is better than Ragu, but nothing beats homemade sauce. :p

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Postby Spyda » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:34 pm

sketties....reminds me of my friend's after-football practice cooking show...he'd come out of the shower wearing his towel around his neck like an apron....freaked the hell out of all of us :) Just thought that I would share...

Anyways on the drawer, you could just leave to leads go through the back panel and leave enough slack to open the drawer - and leave a little room behind the drawer so they don't get pinched when you close it - just a though

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Postby CT » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:39 pm

Originally posted by Big Mack:
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Oh yeah, and Prego is better than Ragu, but nothing beats homemade sauce. :p

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Paul Newman had a good one too (some messed up name, but that was good stuff too..)

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Postby Big Mack » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:44 pm

True, but there's nothing like fresh from the oven garlic bread dipped in some sauce that's been stewing on a low stove for about 4 hours. Little extra oregano, some Italian seasonings.....you gotta love it. But only on fresh noodles cut that day. None of that store bought crack 'em in half and boil them for an hour stuff...
Oh, and Tim's right. Boxed wine? Come now. Merlot is best with spaghetti, but a nice Chianti with a white sauce isn't too bad either.

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Postby Sound_Miata » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:48 pm

Look all, spaghetti is PICKED off trees, not made (seriously, my folks saw a video once that was a military film describing life in germany...showed them picking spaghetti off trees). But home made noodles with marinara sauce that is home made with home grown tomatoes and oregano can't be beat...but if I have to go store bought, its Classico 4 cheese or sweet basil :)

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Postby KyHole » Wed Apr 25, 2001 1:50 pm

That's not how you make it. It should be on the stove for about 3 to 4 days! Add the meat with about 1 day left. Best sauce I ever had, gotta love Italian friends.
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