Spiro Trikaliotis wrote: > A withdrawn version of ISO 7049 is from 1983 In any case, the first batch of VIC/C64 breadboxes was released many years earlier... :-) To make the subject a bit broader, sometimes it can be hard to find matching screws for the PET series as well as CBM-II cases, dual floppy drives etc too. Those screws tend to be rather thick and long, and quite difficult to find a perfect match even in a well sorted hardware store. I found a type of screw that holds a CBM610 closed quite well, but I've had far less luck finding screws for a PET/CBM 2001N/3000. Maybe there is a CBM hardware wiki somewhere where even "nonsense" details like these would belong? Of course the selection depends where in the world one lives, and it got to be a near perfect match in order to ship individual screws around the world. Best regards -- Anders Carlsson Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2012-01-20 17:00:22
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