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As Jon Ridley suggested I tried the keyboard swap using 15in MBP screws. It was definitely NOT a pleasant job to undertake. It will requires quite a bit of strength and stamina because you basically have to manually drill through aluminum using your hands. And there are many screws. I would venture a guess of around 50-60 to do. Lots of time and patience. Due to the fact that some of the rivets leave their bodies behind the final creation is a little less sturdy than the original because it's not held in place everywhere. But it's very usable and not bad.
As Jon Ridley suggested I tried the keyboard swap using 15in MBP screws. It was definitely NOT a pleasant job to undertake. It will requires quite a bit of strength and stamina because you basically have to manually drill through aluminum using your hands. And there are many screws. I would venture a guess of around 50-60 to do. Lots of time and patience. Due to the fact that some of the rivets leave their bodies behind the final creation is a little less sturdy than the original because it's not held in place everywhere. But it's very usable and not bad.

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Mensagem original de: Synchromesh ,

Texto:

As Jon Ridley suggested I tried the keyboard swap using 15in MBP screws. It was definitely NOT a pleasant job to undertake. It will requires quite a bit of strength and stamina because you basically have to manually drill through aluminum using your hands. And there are many screws. I would venture a guess of around 50-60 to do. Lots of time and patience. Due to the fact that some of the rivets leave their bodies behind the final creation is a little less sturdy than the original because it's not held in place everywhere. But it's very usable and not bad.

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