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looking for a new audio rack.
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I've been eyeballing this site below for about a year but haven't pulled the trigger just yet.

http://www.timbernation.com/

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Those are some really nice high quality audio racks on that website but unfortunately there way over my budget.. 

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Invest in some 1/4" threaded rod, bolts, and washers. for shelving you can use maple or any other type of material. Drill holes into shelving and slide the shelves down the threaded rod and have them resting on the washers and bolts. This design is used by Michael Green and Salamander.

Gives you flexibility in spacing the shelves to your liking and is heavy enough to make the stand as sonically dead as possible. Good luck!

If you want to see mine: Go to the gallery and look under "mark evans"

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Thanks Mark,

that is a great idea. I did think about building my own rack and yours has possibilities. I do like the fact the shelves can be made to fit any piece of equipment.. I bet drilling holes in marble wasn't easy..

Jerry

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