Modding an Ultra Wizard Steel Series mid tower case.

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Bryant68
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I bought this case today and transfer in my components from my old case, and I'm thinking of doing a couple simple mods to the case.

Firstly, the top is non removable is steel so I want to attach a luggage bag type telescoping handle.

Second, I'd like to add four luggage bag type wheels to the bottom of the case. There are no feet, just little bumps recessed from the inside that I could drill through and attach wheels.

Do you all think this would be a good decision? My objective is to make this thing semi portable as I take it between my parents and grandparents a lot and I don't want to have to carry it.

nilzxx
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Just make sure that there are locks on those weels. Some LAN Patrys have cheap desks, which your comp would roll of from ;)

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I say do what is needed to suit you and you only.

Bryant68
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Thanks guys. ;)

Bryant68
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Sure thing.

sargent300ca
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yeah as stated above put a lock on those wheels or even make it soo u can screw the wheels in by hand and take them out whenever u want i personaly think would be a great idea and yeah make that handle on the top similar to the coolermaster storm scout case which is great for lan parties soo i suggest use that concept to make a handel