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PostSubject: Coocase 37V   Sun 11 Nov 2012, 22:03

I installed a Coocase 37V on my SW today. It took awhile, in fact most of the day. I had to make a 1/8" plate to fit the base of the mount so that I could cantilever the base out a couple inches. The case is very nicely made which it ought to be for the price. It has some nice features, a fob to lock/unlock the lid and the case to the base which can also be done with the key. The fob also controls an alarm that's built into the case, you can set or shut off the alarm with the fob. With the alarm set it doesn't take much of a shake to trip the horrible electronic siren. One onter nice feature is a power port inside the box. A phone charger/12V outlet can plug into the port. It comes with adapters for most common cell phones. Over all it's a pretty nice box though mounting the base wasn't a quick and easy job on the Silverwing's tail. There are much cheaper top boxes but this one is first cabin.
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